At Gamelab, Bethesda Game Studios' head Todd Howard finally acknowledged the absence of mods on the platform, and while the hopes have been kind of deflated for now, Bethesda is paying some attention. Currently, Bethesda is doing nothing to fix the problem, as their attention is focused elsewhere, like the recently released Fallout Shelter on Switch.
Pushed to answer directly if mods were coming, Howard didn't rule it out, but also didn't make it sound like we could expect them any time soon, if at all.
"We are not actively doing that", said Howard.
KitGuru Says: Skyrim does have an incredible amount of content to keep players busy, including mod support across PC and Xbox One. This includes in Fallout 76. Eurogamer followed up on this statement to find out exactly what was meant, and Howard's response wasn't exactly reassuring. "People, they're on other things".
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The idea of slaying dragons in Skyrim on the bus - or on the loo - used to be nothing more than a pipe dream - but last November, Bethesda Game Studios pulled it off and released the fifth Elder Scrolls game on Nintendo Switch.
"We would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing."So, Bethesda kinda went for the jugular there with the Creation Club, which basically allows them to profit off of mods. It doesn't seem like mod support for your version of Skyrim is far away, if indeed you get it at all.
"It's definitely a lighter touch, which surprisingly worked very well for us in Fallout Shelter".
Howard assures that Bethesda games will all have focused mod support going forward, but now, "we still think there's a way to go there". Being hopeful is all we can do right now.