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Breath Of The Wild Multiplayer, Crytek Bans Mods, etc

Usually, our weekly mod compilation is used to highlight any creations that have caught our attention. This week, however, we have a bunch of news from the modding community, as it’s an incredibly busy community – with stories both good and bad.

We have an exciting new update from the Breath of the Wild multiplayer project we mentioned earlier. But unfortunately we also have mod support pulled from older Skyrim releases, and another developer is fighting fan creations.

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Crytek Demands Modder Removes unofficial photo mode from Crysis Remasters

We start with some confusing news just for today – Crytek asks a modder to remove the unofficial photo mode mod for Crysis Remasters. That’s right, for some reason the developer doesn’t care about players downloading a mod that captures and shares images of the game in the best possible way, which seems extremely self-destructive. ruin. What’s worse is that this has caused a stir among fans, especially as the company threatens to take legal action if the creators don’t comply.

Breath Of The Wild Multiplayer Mod is working well

Breath of the Wild barely has much to do, but it’s been almost five years since it came out, so some of us might want to mix it up a bit. Soon we will be able to do it, like a modder team is working to add multiplayer mode to the game. It’s just getting started in development, but already has some gameplay footage to check out. Of course, it all looks a bit stuttering right now, but surprisingly some fans ran it. That’s one of the things to watch for as we await the public release.

Beyond Skyrim ends support for older versions, developing exclusively for special and anniversary editions

With so many releases of Skryim, this is inevitable: large modding projects cannot continue to support older versions. Beyond Skyrim – a series of mods that expand Elder Scrolls 5 to new locations – had to support Skryim’s Legendary Editions, focusing instead on Special and Anniversary Editions. Those on older builds can continue to play the previous release, Bruma, but future mods will not be compatible.


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People started removing all gays from Skyrim, so a modifier turned everyone gay

You don’t need me to tell you that the gaming community has some mistakes in it sometimes. Well, one of them woke up and one day, instead of touching the grass and watching the sun, they decided that Skyrim was horribly unrealistic because it featured gays. So they created a mod that removes the possibility of same-sex marriage – and even the censors noted that there was an allusion to a gay couple in the game’s canon. Another modder fought back, fighting fire by making a mod that can turn everybody gay. Both mods were eventually dropped by Nexus, but it was pretty deadlocked.

You can now add Cazadores to Fallout 4, in case you hate yourself

Decided that you haven’t experienced enough pain in the past year? Well, I have the mod for you! Thanks to a really evil modder, you can brings back the most nasty enemies from New Vegas that benevolent Fallout 4 has left behind: Cazador. Basically the poison that causes Deathclaws with wings, Cazadores are an absolute pain to take down, and now you can do it all again in Commonweatlh.

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