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Hey, so I haven't used this site in a long while, long story short my PC kicked the bucket and I'm broke.

I recently got Skyrim and all DLC on psn....


Just wondering if anyone knows xenongenesis or how to get in touch with them, their schwertleite armor has always been an absolute must have for me, but seeing as it's a PC mod I'm not quite sure I can just force a port over with my ps4s external ð¤

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Have you checked Bethesda.net?



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The only way to get mods on console are from Bthesda's built in mod browser. PS4 does not allow the use of any external assets or scripts, so mods that add new armors are not possible on that platform. Converting mods is done strictly within the Creation Kit, and uploaded to Bethesda's servers through the kit as well - so there is no way to "force" mods onto a PS4 either. One of the massive downsides to owning a console is the lack of freedom to do what you want with those machines. Xbox does allow the use of external assets and scripts, but this mod doesn't appear to be available on that platform.



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The only way to get mods on console are from Bthesda's built in mod browser. PS4 does not allow the use of any external assets or scripts, so mods that add new armors are not possible on that platform. Converting mods is done strictly within the Creation Kit, and uploaded to Bethesda's servers through the kit as well - so there is no way to "force" mods onto a PS4 either. One of the massive downsides to owning a console is the lack of freedom to do what you want with those machines. Xbox does allow the use of external assets and scripts, but this mod doesn't appear to be available on that platform.

You canât say that in truth forever. Sony will come around with our External Assets someday.

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The only way to get mods on console are from Bthesda's built in mod browser. PS4 does not allow the use of any external assets or scripts, so mods that add new armors are not possible on that platform. Converting mods is done strictly within the Creation Kit, and uploaded to Bethesda's servers through the kit as well - so there is no way to "force" mods onto a PS4 either. One of the massive downsides to owning a console is the lack of freedom to do what you want with those machines. Xbox does allow the use of external assets and scripts, but this mod doesn't appear to be available on that platform.

You canât say that in truth forever. Sony will come around with our External Assets someday.

 

Don't hold your breath on that. Sony has some proprietary formats for textures, and sound, and it's been suggested they do NOT own the copyrights for those, so, they cannot release tools 'into the wild' for their platform. (there are several threads about this on the beth forums...... from when mods first came to console.....)



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The only way to get mods on console are from Bthesda's built in mod browser. PS4 does not allow the use of any external assets or scripts, so mods that add new armors are not possible on that platform. Converting mods is done strictly within the Creation Kit, and uploaded to Bethesda's servers through the kit as well - so there is no way to "force" mods onto a PS4 either. One of the massive downsides to owning a console is the lack of freedom to do what you want with those machines. Xbox does allow the use of external assets and scripts, but this mod doesn't appear to be available on that platform.

You canât say that in truth forever. Sony will come around with our External Assets someday.

 

With the new deal between Microsoft and Zenimax it wouldn't surprise me if console modding will be exclusive to Xbox from this point on. It's not like Sony was very helpful when it came to opening up their platform in any meaningful way to start, so now they might not even bother. Speculation of course, it'll be a long time until we know for sure.



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The only way to get mods on console are from Bthesda's built in mod browser. PS4 does not allow the use of any external assets or scripts, so mods that add new armors are not possible on that platform. Converting mods is done strictly within the Creation Kit, and uploaded to Bethesda's servers through the kit as well - so there is no way to "force" mods onto a PS4 either. One of the massive downsides to owning a console is the lack of freedom to do what you want with those machines. Xbox does allow the use of external assets and scripts, but this mod doesn't appear to be available on that platform.

You canât say that in truth forever. Sony will come around with our External Assets someday.

 

With the new deal between Microsoft and Zenimax it wouldn't surprise me if console modding will be exclusive to Xbox from this point on. It's not like Sony was very helpful when it came to opening up their platform in any meaningful way to start, so now they might not even bother. Speculation of course, it'll be a long time until we know for sure.

 

I am hoping not real long........ and the infrastructure is already in place for PS/? mods..... and you can bet that Beth was planning to include them in the next iterations of their games. If they are a selling point for MS, then they will likely continue to support them, at least, this time around... after all, that's what MS is all about, that almighty dollar.......






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