For those that want to take a stab at creating their own Mods, Bethesda is providing the Creation Kit as a free download. According to the developer, the Creation Kit is the same tool that it used to create Fallout 4 and its DLC, so it comes from fine pedigree. And just in case you need a little extra help building your own Mods, Bethesda has posted a Creation Kit Wiki to help walk you through the process step-by-step.
If you don’t have any intentions of actually creating Mods, you can easily search for those that have already been created using a simple in-game browsing system. All you have to do is select Mods from the Fallout 4 main menu to see what Mods are currently available. You can also set favorites, install Mods and leave feedback using the same interface.
To access the Fallout 4 1.5 beta, you simply have login to Steam, right-click on Fallout 4, select properties, then Betas. From there, select Beta from the drop down menu. Once Fallout 4 [Beta] appears in your Library, you’re all set.
While PC users can enjoy all the fruits of Mod support right now, console gamers still have wait a while to gain support. According to Bethesda, the Xbox One will receive Mods sometime in May, while PlayStation 4 gamers will have to wait patiently until June.