Friday, 16 November, 2018

Skyrim unlikely to get mods and Creation Club on Nintendo Switch

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"Skyrim Switch has a big community that we haven't supported the way we'd like".

Bethesda studio head Todd Howard has said that Fallout 76 is not the start of the company moving away from single-player titles. When he was further asked about the intention behind the same statement by a Eurogamer reported, he said: "They asked for mods, they asked for Creation Club - 'When are we getting more stuff?'" "People, they're on other things". But, at the end of the day, the Creation Club is just something we have to deal with. I don't know if this is the right move for the Fallout series, but I can respect the studio's willingness to experiment. One of the purposes of Bethesda in following this strategy is to create ports like Fallout Shelter as substitutes. The reported futher inquired: "Will you bring mods to Skyrim on Switch?" to which he replied that "We are not actively doing that, we would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing". Howard stated that the game's Switch version has "done really well", adding: "I'm surprised at how well it's done".

Howard said that it definitely is a lighter touch to the style of gaming, and they are trying this out to see how it responds back.

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And besides! If it all goes to hell, I'm sure we'll get a standard sequel next time around.

Creation Club is Bethesda's recent answer to the question of mod support on consoles, though it's a relatively new feature and one that's had a bumpy road so far. Even the single-player focused Bethesda is trying out the format with the multiplayer-focused Fallout 76. This achievement marks Skyrim's peak player count in the last six months, a staggering seven years since its 2011 release.