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Fallout 4 mod support coming to consoles next month

Fallout 4 mod support is coming to Xbox One in May, followed by PS4 in June, Bethesda has announced.

Official modding support for the open-world RPG is currently available on PC in open beta form.

Modifications uploaded to Bethesda.net approved by the developer can be found and installed within the game, instead of using an external application.

All you need to do is select the mods you want from a menu and download them from there. It all looks pretty accessible, which is great news.

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If you’re savvy enough to create your own mods, you can download the Creation Kit from Bethesda’s website, which has all the tools you might need.

Fallout 4 launched in November 2015 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. We felt it was “rough around the edges and it takes a while to gel, but once it does this is as gripping an RPG as Bethesda has ever produced” scoring it a solid 8/10 in our review.

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