Fallout 76 Will Stop Players Under Level 5 Being Killed in PvP

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I don't know if this is the right move for the Fallout series, but I can respect the studio's willingness to experiment.

Fallout 76 will be heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 16th November.

Skyrim launched for Switch previous year to great success, but an element of the title missing is The Creation Club, which allows players to utilize mods in-game. "We would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing", said Todd.

Howard's word highlight a more diverse game line-up, where single-player games like Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield are produced alongside Fallout Shelter and Elder Scrolls: Blades.

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"They asked for mods", he replied, "they asked for Creation Club - 'When are we getting more stuff?'"
The interviewer then asked Howard directly whether or not they plan to bring mod support for Skyrim on the Switch. "People, they're on other things". It doesn't seem like mod support for your version of Skyrim is far away, if indeed you get it at all. Our Switch group did Fallout Shelter. and that's done really well. "It definitely becomes this long-tail life of our games but if you look at the raw numbers it's still not as great as we'd like - the people who are consuming the mods". Do you still find yourself hopping back into the world of Skyrim from time to time or has the title been played out for you?

"It doesn't mark the future", said Howard (via Twinfinite), adding that the company has already launched a bunch of games belonging to completely different genres and aiming for totally opposite audiences.

Pushed to answer directly if mods were coming, Howard didn't rule it out, but also didn't make it sound like we could expect them any time soon, if at all.

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