Just quietly, tomorrow is a pretty big deal for the Xbox One. Tomorrow is the day upon which you will be able to download Fallout 4 mods for the Xbox One.
According to Bethesda, May 31 is the date. But since we're Australians and we live in the future, that probably means tomorrow June 1 for us.
So, starting tomorrow Xbox One owners will be able to download all of these mods. The only issue: Bethesda has placed a limit of 2GB on storage. This means you can only store 2GB of mod data at once, but Bethesda has not ruled out increasing that limit at some point in the future.
Interestingly, save files will not be affected, but once players do install a mod, the game will split the save file into two — one before the mod and one after the mod. That's pretty cool. Very thoughtful indeed. Also worthy of note: achievements will be disabled whilst using mods.
I'm actually extremely excited for mods on console. I'm also glad Bethesda is leading the charge. Keen to see how this all plays out, and just how many users actually start using them regularly.
According to Bethesda, mod support for the PS4 is still on track for a June release.