Before the release of Fallout 76, Bethesda announced that the game will receive mod support. This hasn't happened so far, so most players decided that this promise would never be fulfilled. It turns out, however, that the creators have not abandoned these plans.
During a panel discussion at this year's edition of QuakeCon, Jeff Gardiner, the head of the development team, assured that the creators are still working on official mod support, although he did not reveal when we see the results of their work. He explained that it takes so long because the online nature of Fallout 76 makes it impossible to simply transfer tools from studio's other games, such as Fallout 4.
Currently, modding options in Fallout 76 are very limited. Only small projects are available - without official support and tools it is impossible to create something more ambitious. Fallout 4 has gained a lot from fan works and so could F76.
As a reminder, Fallout 76 was released in November 2018 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and turned out to be a trainwreck due to its disastrous technical condition. Thanks to many months of updates, the devs managed to regain the sympathy of a large part of players.
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Last update: 2020-08-10