Creation Club

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The Creation Club is an officially supported venue for developers and modders to create and sell their content on Bethesda Softworks games, including Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Purchasing of the content is done in-game and purchased with Creation Club credits which are purchased with real-world money. Creation Club was launched on 29 August 2017 for Fallout 4.[1]

Background[edit | edit source]

In spring 2015, Bethesda and Valve partnered to sell Steam Workshop content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and later on all Creation engine games.[2] However, fans and modders alike reacted negatively to the announcement with many complaints leveraged against content creators only receiving 25% of the total profits and even more against the concept of paying for mods in general. After a 130,000 signed petition calling for Valve to remove paid mods. Thanks to the overwhelming negative backlash, Valve backed out and pulled support for paid Steam Workshop content a short time after its announcement.[3]

During E3 2017, Bethesda announced the Creation Club. Similar to the Steam Workshop paid content, the Creation Club would allow content creators to sell their work for Bethesda games. Similar criticisms were leveraged against Creation Club content being "paid mods"[4], however, Bethesda disputed claims of such and espoused the content released through Creation Club would be officially supplementary content that had been supported financially by Bethesda itself.[5]

As noticed by many players, the Creation Club would automatically download all Creation Club content before a purchase was made depositing the files somewhere within their Fallout 4 game folder and taking up space. Bethesda acknowledged the problem and have been looking into a fix.[6]

Content for Fallout 4[edit | edit source]

Apparel[edit | edit source]

Weapons[edit | edit source]

Creatures/Companions[edit | edit source]

Paints[edit | edit source]

  • Armor paint jobs (Shi, Aquatic, Desert, Swamp, Army, Atom Cats, Gunners, Vault-Tec, Brotherhood of Steel, Institute, Railroad, Minutemen, Children of Atom, Reilly's Rangers, Tunnel Snakes, Pickman, Hot Rodder, Enclave.)
    • Power armor paint jobs (Aquatic, Swamp, Desert, Chrome, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Red, Yellow, Onyx, White, Pink, Tan)
  • Pip-Boy paint jobs (Abraxo, ArcJet Systems, Cruiser, Grey Tortoise, Red Rocket, Vim!, Vim! Refresh, Reilly's Rangers, Aquatic, Desert, Swamp, Nuka-Cola, Nuka-Cola Quantum, Overseer's Edition, The Institute.)
  • Weapon paint jobs (Hot Rodder, Army, Atom Cats, Gunners, Vault-Tec, Brotherhood of Steel, Institute, Railroad, Minutemen, Children of Atom, Reilly's Rangers, Tunnel Snakes, Pickman, Enclave, Shi, Aquatic, Desert, Swamp.)

Workshop Content[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

References