KipaFury 2013. júl. 20. @ de. 11:14
Fallout 3
In my opinion I think fallout 3 should have a workshop since it's kinda hard to install a mod. Thanks for reading children this is three dog!
Legutóbb szerkesztette: KipaFury; 2013. júl. 20. @ de. 11:15
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Danger 2013. júl. 20. @ de. 11:19 
In order to "join" a game in the workshop, it needs the permission of the developper first.
Compton 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 10:54 
I would love this.
Terrence Fletcher 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 1:42 
AG1k 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 3:32 
Falout New Vegas should have it too as well as Fallout 3!
R3deemed1 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 8:13 
Kaiten 2013. júl. 23. @ de. 12:30 
I think the elver scroll saga need to be here too
Армия? пфф 2013. júl. 23. @ de. 12:47 
JkMenttonet21 2014. jún. 7. @ de. 9:51 
It really be real nice and good so i can play the robco certified and mr smith's scrapyard mods and by the way i really need fallout 3 and fallout new vegas to have a workshop i dont want to download mods on the nexus i think it contains viruses
BuffHamster 2014. okt. 11. @ du. 7:27 
Danger eredeti hozzászólása:
In order to "join" a game in the workshop, it needs the permission of the developper first.

Since installing Fallout New Vegas requires Steam, why wouldn't they do that? While there is the Nexus, and moddb, you are not really sure what you are getting there, and I have found that when you ask questions about mod installations, you are frequently met with, let us just say, "suggestions that are not really helpful."

Mod installations can be quite complicated, required files, config file changes, conflicting mods, etc; so having a workshop here would be very helpful and possibly revitalize sales for the game and support for Fallout 4, so why wouldn't Bethesda be for that?

EDIT: petition Bethesda to make it happen.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: BuffHamster; 2014. okt. 12. @ du. 8:02
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