You want cheats? *WHINE* You want lightsabers? *BARK* You want big bewbs? *WOOF* You got it, boy. In Fallout 4 on Xbox One, I mean. Not in real life. I’m sorry if I didn’t make that more clear. Do dogs even play games? Go chew a slipper or something. Anyway, Bethesda has dropped an update that adds mods to the game on Microsoftstations, so you can finally be a stripper Jedi and hook up with some hot Deathclaws when Valentine’s out of town. I think that’s how it works.
“Starting today, we are excited to deliver on something we’ve wanted to do for a very long time – bring mods to a console audience. With the latest title update for Fallout 4, Xbox One gamers are now able to browse mods on Bethesda.net and, more importantly, can directly download and play mods within the game’s main menu,” the company announced.
“Playing Fallout 4 on PlayStation 4? Your wait is almost over, too. We anticipate mods arriving on the PS4 next month.”
Fallout 4 mods can be downloaded through an in-game menu – which requires registering a Bethesda account, if you don’t have one already – and there’s a 2GB limit on total storage per console. To preclude any otherwise inevitable disasters, a separate save is used when playing with mods enabled, and you won’t be able to unlock Xbox achievements at the same time.
At the moment, there are 889 mods available for Xbox One, so go get ’em while they’re hot. Hot like popular, not hot like irradiated. Maybe wear rubber gloves just in case.