Fallout 4 Xbox One Lets You Play PC Mods, Bethesda Reveals at E3 2015

You can play mods for free in the Xbox One version of Fallout 4.


During Microsoft's E3 press conference today, Fallout 4 director Todd Howard came on stage to announce that Xbox One players will be able to play mods made for the game on PC. These mods will be available for free.

This news comes following last night's showcase of the game. Howard's announcement was preceded by a gameplay demonstration that showed some similar footage from Bethesda's E3 press conference last night, as well as new footage.

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We saw a mix of combat (both first-person and VATS, including a look at a "signature weapon," the laser musket), exploration, and the game's new dialogue system. We also saw power armor in action, which--combined with a heavy duty minigun--was used to rip enemies to shreds.

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