So, Bethesda kinda went for the jugular there with the Creation Club, which basically allows them to profit off of mods. Read his full comments, below.
KitGuru Says: Skyrim does have an incredible amount of content to keep players busy, including mod support across PC and Xbox One. Eurogamer followed up on this statement to find out exactly what was meant, and Howard's response wasn't exactly reassuring.
Creation Club, an official interface for downloading and installing mods for Bethesda games on PC and consoles, launched on Fallout 4 in autumn 2017 and on Skyrim later that year.
I asked what he was doing to rectify it. The reported futher inquired: "Will you bring mods to Skyrim on Switch?" to which he replied that "We are not actively doing that, we would love to see it happen but it's not something we're actively doing". "People, they're on other things". Howard stated that the game's Switch version has "done really well", adding: "I'm surprised at how well it's done".
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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 said: "We are not actively doing that". "Right now we're doing nothing", he said. Or, alternatively, if you just want to play with a specific group of friends then private servers could be a thing in the future too.
So, there you have it, Switch owners.
Bethesda thus is still not paying any attention to mod support for Skyrim which is a sad piece of news for avid gamers. This includes in Fallout 76. Nonetheless, when it finally did arrive, Skyrim fit Switch as we'd hoped, and the ability to play on trains and planes and the toilet, was delightful.