Lets Talk About The Creation Club Controversy!

I knew the creation club would get some heat from the gaming community. Anything that we have to pay for these days is seen as a cash grab and is instantly hated on. Here’s my opinion on the subject. 

I got curious and logged into Steam today to check out the fallout 4 store page and I got exactly what I expected… A bunch of whiny children complaining that Fallout 4 has paid mods. The hate on Steam is overwhelming right now. GTA V has come under fire this year too because of their actions against the modding community and now the hate has shifted, once again, towards Bethesda and Fallout 4.

I updated my review on Steam and kept my review score positive. Why should I change my review score? Is Bethesda forcing me to buy the creation club? Do they have a gun pointed to my head? The answer to both of those questions is no. I’ve considered buying into the creation club once more content is added. Mods that I don’t have to worry about conflicting with my game is a godsend to me because it’s all content released by Bethesda themselves. I love the idea and can see myself purchasing some mods in the future if they’re good. There’s nothing good on there right now, but I’m not against the idea. Gamers are whiny children and I refuse to follow that crowd of people and hate on a game that I’ve sunk over 200 hours into. I love modding this game and I love playing it. Why would I leave negative feedback when I love it?

I thought the negative feedback GTA V got was stupid and I think the same of this too. I’m going to continue to enjoy this game and write positive things about it while you continue to rage because you think Bethesda is forcing your cheap ass to pay for mods when you can go to Nexus and download thousands of free mods for Fallout 4 and Skyrim. This isn’t going to compete with that. It’s something different and I understand the message that Bethesda was trying to tell everyone.

What do you think of the Creation Club?


Author: Drakulus

I'm a hardcore gamer that enjoys every type of genre there is. I'm also a father of four kids, two girls and two boys, and love to write about whatever pops into my head.

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