The Creation Club is available now in 'Fallout 4,' adding new new cosmetics, weapons and furniture items.
Bethesda really likes dragons?
Remember paid mods and the fiasco that ensued after they launched? Well, Bethesda wants you to know that Creation Club—coming this summer to Skyrim and Fallout 4—isn’t that. But it does sound kinda similar.
Creation Club will make it easier for ‘the very best creators’ to share content with players. Bethesda is introducing a new system for sha…
From Bethesda itself as well as third parties, . Bethesda is breathing life into some old classics in the form of Creation Club, a
Ioan Dumitrescu is an artist based in Bucharest who has worked on games like Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Fallout 4 and Crysis 3, and movies like the new Beauty and the Beast.
I enjoyed my 70 hours with Fallout 4, but despite finishing Bethesda’s latest open-world RPG around a year ago, I find myself unable to recall much about it. Perhaps this is because it felt so structurally similar to the other 3D Fallouts and Elder Scrolls games, despite looking a lot nicer and having significantly better combat. Or maybe it’s because following up such a rich vision of a postapocalyptic American city was always going to feel like slightly diminishing returns. When asked by a friend recently to recall the best bits of the game, two moments came to mind. One was stepping into the heavily irradiated wastes of the Glowing Sea and finding the eerie chassis of a passenger plane destroyed in the epicentre of a nuclear blast. The other was The Silver Shroud quest, where you assume the role of a Dick Tracy/The Shadow pulp hero. It reframes Fallout 4’s systems to fit the exciting life of an in-universe radio serial vigilante – it’s essentially