It’s easy to forget in all the hype Fallout 4‘s initial release, and the fresh features available on day one, that there’s something pretty massive set to hit the newest wasteland adventure on consoles. Announced during E3 this past June, Bethesda is making it so that PC mods will be available on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, too.
Now, Bethesda is starting to talk about how that transition is actually going to happen. Bethesda Vice President of Public Relations Pete Hines spoke with Xbox’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb in a lengthy interview for the launch of Fallout 4. You can see that clip in its entirety below the next quote.
In the interview, Hines spoke specifically about how accessing mods will work on consoles. The folks at Inquisitr did the transcribing.
“We do it in a way that’s easy. I get asked this a lot on social media and Twitter. This is not about, ‘You have to have a PC and you have to do it yourself.’ The idea is you go to play the game and there’s a menu option and you click on it and there’s just a bunch of stuff for you to download. You click on the stuff you want and you start playing the game with these new mods. We want it to be a really streamlined, fun experience.”
Fallout 4 is available now for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We published a lengthy review of the title, and you can check that out here.