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Skyrim Remastered screenshot BETHESDASkyrim Remastered PS4 mod limits will be announced before the release date
Carmela Zoppi | 13 Ottobre, 2016, 06:23

Bethesda has announced in a recent news update on their site that mods are now officially inbound for PlayStation users. Modding has been an important part of all our games including Fallout 4 and Skyrim.

While Bethesda has yet to confirm specifics themselves, Digital Foundry believes on PS4 and Xbox One Skyrim Special Edition to be 1080p at 30 frames per second based on footage released so far, in-line with what we've seen from Fallout 4 on a console. Bethesda has also worked to harness the power of the Playstation 4 Pro console.

"It feels like just yesterday we announced that Skyrim had "Gone Gold" back in 2011", global community lead Matt Grandstaff wrote in a post on 10 October. The minimal impact on console hard drive space will be an especially welcome boon for gamers looking to take advantage of Skyrim: Special Edition mod support for PS4 and Xbox One.

How to get Skyrim Special Edition for free on PC The God who Peter Molyneux forgot For Curiosity victor Bryan Henderson, the prize inside the cube has been anything but life-changing.

For the unfamiliar, apart from the preinstalled mods for both games, players from other game platforms have always been making their own mods that they would later post to Bethesda's network for others to try as well.

According to Express, players will not be able to upload external assets with the PS4 Mods, however, they'll be able to use any assets what already come with the game.

"We are excited finally to get modding to our PlayStation fans who have supported us for so long", Bethesda stated.

Bethesda might even make full use of Virtual Reality technology for the installment.

For now at least, "Fallout 4's" developers have yet to share the exact storage limit for the PS4 mods, though that bit of information should be revealed soon enough. Whether this spurred the Japanese company into action is unknown, but it now appears that they are prepared to allow mods to work as intended on all of Bethesda's titles, including Skyrim Special Edition.

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