Skyrim unlikely to get mods and Creation Club on Nintendo Switch

  • Skyrim unlikely to get mods and Creation Club on Nintendo Switch

Skyrim unlikely to get mods and Creation Club on Nintendo Switch

Howard also confirmed that Fallout 4 will not be making its way to Switch any time soon, likely disappointing even more fans. "People, they're on other things". Elder Scrolls Online is one of the biggest online games in the world, we have Fallout Shelter which we keep updating, and Elder Scrolls: Legends. "Right now we're doing nothing", he said.

Todd Howard revealed in a recent interview that players who are under level 5 in Fallout 76 won't have to worry about being killed in PvP scenarios. He replied that they have no plans to introduce them.

"It's definitely a lighter touch, which surprisingly worked very well for us in Fallout Shelter", Howard continues.

"We are not actively doing that", Howard said. "We would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing".

Skyrim is on everything, PS3, PlayStation VR, Xbox One, Switch, Alexa, toilets, fridges, you name it, and it looks like that trend will continue and it's all your fault. Hopefully Bethesda titles continue to perform well on Switch in the future, prompting them to invest more in developing for the platform.

Creation Club probably won't reach the console.

Mod support has been - and will be - a fundamental part of Bethesda Game Studios games going forward. So, those that picked up Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch were expecting equal or similar support for their version of the game. This includes in Fallout 76. When you first start the game you can chill a little and build yourself up before having to take on other players. Nonetheless, when it finally did arrive, Skyrim fit Switch as we'd hoped, and the ability to play on trains and planes and the toilet, was delightful.