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User Info: GunEye

GunEye
5 years ago#1

Hello everybody, I was wondering whether more people came upon this interesting article:

http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/109378-Bethesda-Wants-Skyrim-Mods-on-Consoles

Can it happen? Mods for Skyrim somewhere in the future?

I mean it make sense that it will work, so why not? Mods shouldn't be limited for PC user's anyway

(...And I am sure that if I would have posted this on PC Skyrim forums, this discussion would become seriously violent)

What do you guys think? anyone got new intel on this?

 

User Info: GunEye

GunEye
5 years ago#2

Comments anyone? someone?

User Info: JGraves216

JGraves216
5 years ago#3
i like butter
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe. - Albert Einstein
PSN: jjones216

User Info: GunEye

GunEye
5 years ago#4

Comments anyone? someone?

User Info: JGraves216

JGraves216
5 years ago#5
you asked for a comment, you didnt say a comment relating to what you said
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe. - Albert Einstein
PSN: jjones216

User Info: UnderYourSpell

UnderYourSpell
5 years ago#6
I can't imagine they'd find a way to make this work. Mods work well for PCs because any jerk can just go ahead and upload them. Getting mods (at least, player-made ones) onto PSN sounds like a logistical and quality-assurance nightmare.

Of course, if they did manage - that'd be neat.
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User Info: JGraves216

JGraves216
5 years ago#7
I would much rather them work on perfecting Skyrim rather than worry about mods.
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe. - Albert Einstein
PSN: jjones216

User Info: blacksniper

blacksniper
5 years ago#8
Too much red tape.
People think it must be fun to be a super genius, but they don't realize how hard it is to put up with all the idiots in the world. - Calvin & Hobbes

User Info: JGraves216

JGraves216
5 years ago#9
Maybe they could take the player made PC mods and put them as DLC on PSN
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe. - Albert Einstein
PSN: jjones216

User Info: GunEye

GunEye
5 years ago#10

JGraves216 posted...
i like butter

Rofl!

Alright then, so FREE BUTTER FOR EVERYBODY

(*warnning: free butter not included)

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JGraves216 posted...
I would much rather them work on perfecting Skyrim rather than worry about mods.


Definetly! I sincerly hope Bethesda's crew will work hard to constantly support and perfect this game. I am sure there is plenty of content inside already, but graphical, gameplay and stability improvements are always welcome.

I wish this game will get more of this support like from The Witcher 2 devalopers and Infamous 2 which bring neat game improvers, and even bypass that.

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