Following the launch of Fallout 4 mod support on Xbox One, developer Bethesda has outlined its summer improvement plan for the feature.
In a new post Bethesda described a number of ways in which it intends to improve mod support this summer, including working with Microsoft and Sony to increase mod storage limits on consoles—currently, mods are limited to 2GB. Improvements regarding the UI for mods both on the website and in-game will also be added, with the goal of helping users find mods quicker.
And on that note, Bethesda intends to improve its comments system on the mod details page, so that modders can receive improved feedback on their creations. For stolen content, the developer is looking to revise its system of mod reporting.