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Fallout 4 mods coming to Xbox One

Bethesda has confirmed that Fallout 4 mods are coming to Xbox One.

During the Microsoft Xbox One E3 2015 press conference, Bethesda took to the stage to give us a quick update on Fallout 4 following the gameplay showcase last night.

For the first time, Xbox One gamers will be able to take advantage of all the Fallout 4 PC mods on their console – thanks to Windows 10.

Related: Windows 10 preview

With the launch of Windows 10, Xbox One and PC are going to get a lot more connected, with this Fallout 4 announcement being one of the first gaming related reveals to date.

Xbox One gamers will be able to get involved in the Fallout 4 PC community without having to move away from their Xbox either.

Modding has always been a massive part of the Fallout series and it’s definitely going to appeal to gamers that their creations will spread over to Xbox One as well.

Fallout 4 gameplay was shown off for the first time at Bethesda’s E3 2015 press conference on June 14, revealing that the game would feature new levels of crafting would feature in the game.

It was also confirmed that the Fallout 4 release date would land on November 11 2015 for Xbox One, PC and PS4.

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