Today has seen a gargantuan amount of Bethesda titles come to Xbox Game Pass, and as a result, classic games such as Morrowind, Skyrim and Oblivion have arrived on the service. But not only that, it appears mods are still available to use in the three games for PC, even through Xbox Game Pass.
The PC community is widely known for creating their own mods for games - Skyrim even received many unofficial patches over the year to rectify bugged quests. Fans will be happy to know that this function is still possible. Each game has a small message saying the game supports mods on their game pages, which you can see below.
It's not surprising that this is allowed, but welcomed all the same. Both Skyrim and Fallout 4 received mod support on PC and Xbox, and this has been used to make the game run unofficially at 60FPS in some circumstances. Bethesda has said more FPS Boosts are coming to their titles, so maybe these two games will get official upgrades next?
Will you be using mods in The Elder Scrolls games? Let us know in the comments below.