Last Maciota Feb 4 @ 2:24pm
Why Fallout NV don't have a Workshop?
Skyrim has Workshop - And it's awesome! Fallout 3 and NV needs an Workshop!
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hghwolf, Deff Skwad Feb 4 @ 3:44pm 
And WORKSHOP! request number eighteen this year.

It will never happen; Obsidian can no longer legally work on New Vegas and Bethesda obviously doesn`t care.

Use the Nexus instead, it`s much better anyway.
Incunabulum Feb 4 @ 6:05pm 
What is this ♥♥♥♥? Like the second the *last* workshop thread falls off the first page someone makes another.

Congratulations OP, no-one, in the last 4 years has every asked for Worksho support for FO. You are truly a groundbreaker and I'm sure that Bethesda and Oblivion, who dropped support even for bug fixes 2 years ago, are going to drop everything and get right on modding the CK to add WS support even though hardly anyone is still making mods for the game.
R5CYA Feb 4 @ 6:18pm 
hey o.p. fnv has a workshop. http://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/? and don't come at me saying one on steam would be better. cause it won't. any one of the other threads about steam workshop will have all the info as to why, if you really care to look.
SHMIZZLE Feb 4 @ 7:15pm 
Nexus makes you pay for the most popular mods out there. Is there anywhere to get them for free?
R5CYA Feb 4 @ 7:17pm 
no, it does not!
Aethermyst Feb 4 @ 7:21pm 
Originally posted by SHMIZZLE:
Nexus makes you pay for the most popular mods out there. Is there anywhere to get them for free?

Nexus does make you pay.. a whole 30 seconds to register.
Hoshikudaki Feb 4 @ 7:47pm 
You only need to pay for premium membership. Regular membership is free.
Dr. Doctor Feb 4 @ 9:03pm 
Originally posted by SHMIZZLE:
Nexus makes you pay for the most popular mods out there. Is there anywhere to get them for free?

The Nexus does NOT make you pay for ANYTHING (aside from a premium account)!!! I've been using the Nexus for Oblivion, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, and Skyrim. All the mods I've downloaded are free. You just have to register for mods that are large in size.
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Mormacil Feb 5 @ 2:37am 
Originally posted by SHMIZZLE:
Nexus makes you pay for the most popular mods out there. Is there anywhere to get them for free?
No it doesn't. All it requires is a account to download the larger mods, above 2mb IIRC.
DeadWire Feb 5 @ 2:43am 
Yeah, just go to the nexus its bad enough the game itself is tied down to Steam, why should the mods be?
Last Maciota Feb 5 @ 5:40am 
yeah yeah, i use the ♥♥♥♥ing nexus, it's awesome and all,but workshop is workshop, by the way, thanks :D
Mormacil Feb 5 @ 5:52am 
Use the Nexus Mod Manager :P
Snaquille O'Tmeal Feb 5 @ 6:24am 
Originally posted by Fartzilla:
yeah yeah, i use the ♥♥♥♥ing nexus, it's awesome and all,but workshop is workshop, by the way, thanks :D
What is better about the workshop, in your opinion? Ease of use?
R5CYA Feb 5 @ 7:30am 
Originally posted by Fartzilla:
yeah yeah, i use the ♥♥♥♥ing nexus, it's awesome and all,but workshop is workshop, by the way, thanks :D
yeah. it's workshop allright. and that doesn't mean it'll be any good. they added workshop for Red Orchestra2 and it effectively stopped people from being able to play mod maps. buggy as all hell. now the players stopped getting the downloads from the server redirects or TWI's websight and relied on workshop. well, guess what happened then? yep, workshop failed to deliver and we were back to stock maps or playing only on certain servers. half the time we came to the next map in a rotation, half the players got dropped for having the wrong version.
you also know that there's a file size limit, right? so forget those mods that are too large.
what about the fact the the guys that made all those mods for the nexus will have to come back and upload them to the workshop? can you tell me with a straight face that they are all still around to do it for us? so eliminate all those mods as well. what we'll end up with on the workshop is a handfull of great mods and some of new stuff made by people just learning how to make mods that probably will just move on before they work the bugs out. and we'll lose thousands.

just saying the nexus is awesome and that workshop is workshop, sure isn't much of an argument to have it. more of an argument not to. got any real reasons besides point and click?
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Last Maciota Feb 5 @ 9:59am 
ok :( but i like workshop... :(
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