The integrated Starfield mods work just like Skyrim and Fallout 4

Bethesda announced on September 13th how its integrated Starfield mod system will work alongside the game’s first major post-launch update.

Starfield is Bethesda’s first new IP in many years, following in the RPG footsteps of the Fallout and Elder Scrolls series. If you’re a fan of Bethesda games, you’ll feel right at home at Starifeld. Part of the game’s post-release cycle was and is the introduction of mods. The mod community has certainly breathed life into other Bethesda games, and Starfield will be no different. While there are already mods doing the rounds, the developer has revealed how the built-in mod support will work.

β€œIn addition, we are working on our integrated mod support (Creations) that works across all platforms, similar to what we did with Skyrim and Fallout 4. This full support is expected to roll out early next year. Until then, we know that our PC community is already very active in the modding space. If you have feedback on how we can improve this, please let us know. Modding and creating our games will always be an important and important part of who we are. and we are pleased that the community is off to such a good start,” Bethesda said.

An early release date in 2024 could be disappointing for players, but if done right it will likely be worth the wait.

An early 2024 launch date could mean anything from January to March. Hopefully it doesn’t go too far past Q1, but then again Starfield has been delayed multiple times. Bethesda fans will definitely be excited about the possibilities of this new IP once it releases.

Check out our helpful guide on installing mods in Starfield here. Some of the most popular mods already released include spacewalk, Phil Spencer’s face as a flashlight and much more.

Greg Norman

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