This week, Take-Two issued a Cease and Desist notice to OpenIV, the popular modding tool for Grand Theft Auto V. According to the statement and reason behind it, the mod was allowing ‘malicious mods’ that affected the enjoyment of the game for other players online. Continue reading Take-Two shut down GTA V modding tool OpenIV
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is out this week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and with it comes the ability to add mods to your game. While somewhat limited in scope on the PlayStation 4, the fact that they are included is still a bonus, and gives you another excuse to pick it up again. But where do you find these mods? Continue reading Skyrim console mods and where to find them
Following a week in September when everything just seemed to go wrong for Sony, Bethesda have yesterday announced that mods will actually be coming to PlayStation 4 versions of Fallout 4 and Skyrim: Special Edition. Phew! BUT, there’s a caveat. Continue reading Fallout 4 and Skyrim will have mods on PlayStation 4, Native 4k
Following an already rollercoaster week for Sony, following the rather divisive announcement of the PlayStation 4 Pro, Sony seems to be getting under the skins of their own fan base even further, according to Bethesda’s latest blog post regarding mods for both Fallout 4 and the upcoming Elder Scrolls Skyrim remaster. Continue reading Sony won’t allow Bethesda’s mods on PlayStation
After a long series of rumors, Bethesda has finally announced at their E3 conference that a remaster of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is in development, and it will feature updated graphics as well as mod support for consoles.
Good news Xbox One owning Vault Dwellers! Bethesda is giving you the chance to be among the first to try out mod functionality on the Xbox One version of Fallout 4.
Treyarch plan to bring modding back to the COD scene allowing the community to bring mods and new maps to Black Ops III in the future.
While the feature won’t be available straight away. with Treyarch saying that the feature won’t arrive until 2016, but it will definitely interest many PC gamers. This will be the first Call of Duty since COD 4 to get official modding tools.
While this scene is pretty insignificant, if you would rather finish the game first then you may want to turn back, but it seriously won’t make a difference.
A mod on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain switches the models for Ocelot and Quiet, and it is bloody hilarious!
The open world dinosaur-survival game, ARK: Survival Evolved, has been doing very well since it launched in early access on Steam a month ago. In 30 days it has racked up over 1 million sales and for a large section of the community it’s about to become even more appealing as Studio Wildcard and Epic Games have teamed up to promote modding for the game.
Possibly one of the biggest announcements of the Xbox E3 2015 conference was the announcement of PC style mods making their debut on console, courtesy of Fallout 4 on the Xbox One. It was a great idea, one that has been welcomed by the general Xbox community, not only is it a console first, it’s also a great insight as to what could be in store for these type of games in the future. We just need to get Rockstar on board now. Continue reading There’s ‘no plans’ for paid Fallout 4 mods on Xbox