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Fallout 4 mods on Xbox One generating more traffic than the PC version

Bethesda Game Studios has announced that the launch of mod support for Fallout 4 for the Xbox One has already generated much more traffic compared to the mod launch for the PC version of the game.

Bethesda offered this update on Fallout 4 mods for the Xbox One via Twitter:

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Over 900 mods are now available to download for the Xbox One version of Fallout 4. The console mods do have some restrictions, such as file size limit of 2GB and the banning of mods that use copyrighted content.

26 Comments
  • Uhh, no one on PC uses Bethesda's site for mods.
  • Not one single person uses their site? None? If we were to go over to their site it will be completely devoid of content and users? Oh, it is the usual troll who needs to stir up controversy and try to scare people away.
  • Well, Windows Central doofuses probably use it, but we all know how statistically insignificant they are.
  • Ah yes, someone disagrees with you, someone disproves your point, then start with the personal attacks. Wouldn't expect anything more from you.
  • Please, kid, I've forgotten more about Fallout 4 mods than you can ever hope to know. Go whine about semantics somewhere else.
  • It is not semantics, it is your personal attacks labelling people "doofuses."  Yes, you do know more about it than I do because I don't game too much, never played Fallout, and therefore never created a mod. But then you need to make personal attacks again in doing it.
  • Oh, probably a stalker then. Not surprised.
  • Calling you out for your trolling is stalking? That is the usual Apple fanboy tactic, don't have a rational explanation for your side of the debate, when you paint yourself into a corner, when you have no facts to backup your claim (which you yourself have disproven) claim that the other person is a stalker. Perhaps if you were not not write the usual bull **** that you usually do, then people would not need to dispute what you write.
  • Blah, blah, commenting on an article you by admission know nothing about just because of a bizarre obsession with me. BTW I own and have owned in my life a grand total of zero Apple products. I even stopped using Logitech gaming products because their software started installing Apple's Bonjour garbage without asking, so I have no idea what your insane Apple rambling is about.
  • You're using windows central you retard
  • Idiot. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android (Motorola Nexus 6)
  • I didn't even knew about Bethesda mods website, lol. After Steam workshop and Nexus mods (with their rich base of mods for all possible PC games) Bethesda website looks useless.
  • Precisely. Plus it launched months after the game when PC gamers already had established mod ecosystems elsewhere.
  • Some people use it, but it is more restricted than nexusmods and other sites, and these sites have A LOT more mods than bethesda and have a lot more experiance, have bigger communites etc , so people just use sites with more content.
  • Because their site sucks. Nexus is way better for getting mods. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • It sucks, it was late, and its content starved. Anyone who breathes through their nose knows that no one cares about using it for PC mods.
  • Don't mind him. According to him the six billion visits to the Windows 10 store since launch is also "no one" Posted from Windows Central for XL
  • Actually, he's basically right. And I'd say your comment is more trollish. The vast majority of PC gamers use the nexus, Bethesda's data is worthless. All you were doing is calling him out over semantics/hyperbole, it plain not understanding what he was saying. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • i am playing on Xbox and im glad that Bethesda released mods available on consoles. very few game developers are willing do do something like this. sure there were some server issues as they were not expecting that amount of interest, and shame that there is limited space for mods but hopefully that will change. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Good going Bethesda!
  • Is there a mod that let's you kill Preston? I'd install that mod.
  • Why use their site over my trusty Nexus mod manager? I don't give a **** about 900 censored mods when there's 11K mods on Nexus
  • I'd love to see the traffic of Nexus vs. Beth.net. I'd be willing to be that it would be a bit lopsided on the PC's side. That being said, I'm glad this is a thing, and popular, It could go a long way to making that first step for games as a whole. I just hope people don't fall for the marketing fluff being spread.
  • Exactly. Bethesda's data is completely worthless, I have personally used the nexus since Morrowind and I see no reason to abandon it for Bethesda's curated list. At least until they find a way to cut off the competition. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • @RockstarGames Posted via the Windows Central App for Symbian
  • And that WITHOUT any nude mods. Pretty darn impressive...