Now that Fallout 4 supports mods — free add-ons created by amateur programmers — for Xbox One, fans are coming back to Bethesda Softworks' nuke-blasted Boston with fresh eyes.
If this is a new idea for you, that's okay. Mods (as PC users think of them) haven't ever been common on consoles.
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Unreal Tournament III supported them on PlayStation 3, and it's increasingly common to see games include tools that let users build their own content. But mods take things to another level, especially in the context of Fallout 4. Read more...
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