Bethesda Highlights Special Weapons Mods

Modding is a true testament to the skills of video gamers. The desire to take a game and make it even better, or, to take a game and add...

Modding is a true testament to the skills of video gamers. The desire to take a game and make it even better, or, to take a game and add something fun or special to it proves just how much gamers love their video game titles. Sadly, not everyone on the game development side of things likes mods, they see it as “wrong” for one reason or another. But, legendary developer Bethesda doesn’t mind. In fact, they’ve been supporting it for years, and even helped the push to get mods of their games on consoles.

They’re so supportive of their mods that they want to highlight some of what is available each month, going into special themes so you know what you can expect. For this month, Bethesda is highlighting Fallout 4 and Skyrim mods that revolve around weapons. Apparently, a lot of mods are for weapons alone, which is surprising, and very intriguing.

One such mod is the “Royal Armory,” which in a fun twist doesn’t give you weapons, but rather, gives them to figures across the land. You can get them though if you manage to defeat those individuals.

Have you ever wanted to wield a club that a giant dropped? Well, in the “Lootable Giant Clubs” mod, you can! Just a warning though, you won’t get the natural strength that these clubs have when wielded by giants, but it’s still cool!

Or, if you’re more of a classic Elder Scrolls fan, you might remember the katanas that those games had. Well, the “Katana Pack” mod allows you to get a wide assortment of Katana’s to use in the game. So pick your favorite and start being a samurai warrior!

The mods shown are just a taste of what was revealed this month, and its clear that Bethesda wants to show off more. So see what mods these games offer, you might be surprised what’s out there.

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