Probably two of the biggest titles of today are no other than Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered. These exceptional games are both developed by the titular studio Bethesda. Apparently, these installments experienced a roller coaster ride, following the controversy about the mods. Apart from the current restrictions, the two titles will be receiving another one.
According to GameSpot, both Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered will receive brand new limits. These, once again, cover the number of mods that are allowed for use. The revelation came following the recent updates the studio launched recently. Obviously, this will haunt the community over and over again.
In the past, the console versions of Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered limited the players in terms of space. That the amount of the latter will restrict them as per the mods required. Well, that doesn't stop there. That's because a new cap on the total number of mods is being implemented. For Xbox One, it's around 150. As for PlayStation 4, it's at 100.
This actually came as a surprise to the fans of Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered. Why? That's because the capping wasn't even mentioned in the patch notes released by Bethesda along with the two updates. During that time, it was all about the implementation of features that'll make the browsing of mods seamless.
Obviously, the discovery of the capping came as a negative note to both Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered fans. This is most especially to those who are fond of using large numbers of mods. The studio iterated that they were placed for the purpose of achieving stability. Moreover, the capping can be removed or changed in the future.
Due to the capping system in Fallout 4 and Skyrim Remastered, players won't be able to reach the maximum storage capability of the mods. However, as promised by the studio, there's an additional storage capacity that'll allow them to obtain larger mods. But of course, these should be within the 150/100 cap.