"People, they're on other things". On one hand, Howard says he would "love" to have mods available for Skyrim on Switch. However, it seems that luxury will not be making its way to Nintendo Switch anytime soon, as Bethesda is not now developing mod support for the Switch edition of the popular fantasy game.
In the interview with Multiplayer.it, when asked how Bethesda will stop spawn killers hanging around outside the vault, Howard responded saying, "There are several tricks we are implementing to prevent the other players from doing exactly the things you describe".
"It's definitely a lighter touch, which surprisingly worked very well for us in Fallout Shelter. I'm surprised at how well it's done".
It looks like Skyrim won't be getting mods or Creation Club on the Switch, although fans are eagerly looking forward to the same.
Howard assures that Bethesda games will all have focused mod support going forward, but now, "we still think there's a way to go there".
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Are you fussed about having mods in Skyrim?
The Creation Club launched for Fallout 4 in September 2017 and Skyrim a couple months later.
Bethesda thus is still not paying any attention to mod support for Skyrim which is a sad piece of news for avid gamers.
Howard is a busy chap at the moment, as his team is working on a number of projects including The Elder Scrolls Blades, Fallout 76, Starfield, and The Elder Scrolls VI.
The idea of slaying dragons in Skyrim on the bus - or on the loo - used to be nothing more than a pipe dream - but last November, Bethesda Game Studios pulled it off and released the fifth Elder Scrolls game on Nintendo Switch. Being hopeful is all we can do right now.