Mods are always the fun part of any game as they can change almost the whole game with the new contents and much more. PC gamers have the advantage of adding new and different type of characters, game items and other contents but it seems that Xbox would be joining the camp pretty soon.

According to the report published by Windows Central, the Microsoft is secretly working on the mods support for it Xbox One console, which is named as ‘Xbox Community Content’ and it is coming in a few weeks. Windows Central managed to get quite relevant information regarding the matter with the help of useful leaks and according to the details, the community content is planned for Summer 2018 launch which will provide the developers to add user-generated content (UGC) for the games.

The developers will have full control over what kind of mod is being developed and its trading as well. So it would be great to see the Xbox gamers creating additional game content, weapon customization, changes in the map, visual enhancement and what not.

The report also revealed that the Community Content for mods will have options such as uploading and downloading a mod, browsing and searching the new content, sharing the mods with friends and followers and also having notifications upon the updates on the content. It will work as the Community Workshop on Steam, which has similar features.

It also stated that the Community Content was rolled out back in March this year for the developers, and is planned for launch later this Summer, which indicates that its was available to the developers for a detailed go through and will be coming to the users in a few weeks.

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It would be great to see the consoles getting official mods support. Previously, Xbox One had the mod support for Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Special Edition, Bethesda’s popular role-playing games. Stay tuned for more updates!