Bethesda Game Studios has confirmed that mod support is officially coming to the Xbox One version of the hit post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout 4, on May 31.
Bethesda revealed the date on its Twitter feed:
This will be the first time that mods made for the PC version of a game can be played on its console counterpart. Once the patch for the Xbox One version of the game is released, players will be able to go through a menu showing all of the mods that are available to download and play. You can also check out a list of all the current mods that are coming to the Xbox One on Bethesda's website.
Keep in mind that while Fallout 4 mods can be played on the Xbox One, they can only be created on the PC side.
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