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Best Answer Pickysaurus , 24 March 2021 - 05:44 PM

We're actually already working on a system like this. It's planned to be akin to Steam's Collections. 

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Nexus should have a "Share mod list" kind of feature, were you can create a mod-page under a given game to directly link your suggest for mods, to the original mod-pages. So all traffic goes to original authors.

On this Mod-pack-page (for lack of imagination now) you can also do it advanced, where you have created a manifest of sort, that can be DL to Vortex and then Vortex goes to Nexus original pages, and DL the mods in need, install, enable end deploying the mods. 

In this manifest, things as load-order, dependencies, excluded files, conflicts, etc can be detailed, and handled by Vortex.

If the creator of Mod-pack-list removes or adds mods, you get prompted if you like to adjust your setup as well.

 

This could go on to dedicated servers running games with mods, using Nexus and Vortex to make sure users have the right mods and versions of mods to be able to log into the server and play with friends. 

 

Altering original creations must be done the normal way, so a Mod-Pack list like this can't include "Orcs Red Armor", with green color because creator of Mod-pack like green better. 

 

Thank you to remystemple7days for flagging this in a game sub-forum.



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We're actually already working on a system like this. It's planned to be akin to Steam's Collections. 



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We're actually already working on a system like this. It's planned to be akin to Steam's Collections. 

Good news!!






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