Fallout 4 Xbox One Mods Limited to 2GB, Other Details Revealed [UPDATE]
We learned more about Fallout 4's console mods program today during a livestream.
[UPDATE] During today's livestream, Bethesda revealed that there is a size limit for the mods you can download on Xbox One. That limit is 2 GB. Mod sizes vary, of course. You can delete them whenever you want as well to free up space.
Bethesda talked more about how Fallout 4 mods work on Xbox One. You will find "Mods" from the menu. Then, after you've linked your Bethesda.net account, you browse for and install the mods you want. You can browse these mods right now here.
Additionally, Bethesda confirmed that when you have Fallout 4 mods installed, due to first-party considerations, you cannot earn any achievements.
The developers also talked about how in order to play Fallout 4 mods that make use of the game's DLC, you will need to own that DLC.
When you use mods, the game creates a new save. If something goes wrong with the mod and you lose progress (the game crashed at one point during the livestream), you can revert back to your regular, non-mod save game.
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When Fallout 4's Xbox One mods go live on Xbox One on May 31, players will be able to log into Bethesda.net in the game and search for the creations they want. Bethesda has not yet announced how many will be available at launch; more details may come during the stream.
Fallout 4's console mod program was announced at E3 2015. Bethesda later explained why it partnered with Microsoft to launch them first on Xbox One.
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