Skyrim Creation Kit and Skyrim Workshop previewed in video

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 1 February 2012 16:51 GMT

Bethesda has released a developer diary highlighting some of the features in the Skyrim’s Creation Kit, which will be made available soon on Steam.

In the video below, production director Ashley Cheng provides a look at features which will be made available to the modding community through the Skyrim Workshop on Steam.

According to Cheng, the firm is looking for more ways to get mods in people’s hands, and “hopefully one day” extending the availability to console users.

The tool will allow users to easily upload, download, share and install mods upon release.

Still no date.

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