Howard went on to say that he and the studio want to bring mod support to Skyrim on Switch, but it is not something they are actively working on.
The primary reasoning behind a lack of action over mod support for Skyrim Switch is that the team Bethesda has put in charge of Switch development is focusing on other projects, primarily Fallout Shelter. "We are always looking at 'How do we get more creators creating great content?' and 'How do we make it easy and safe?' The recent stuff we've done on the Bethesda.net side of Fallout 4 and Skyrim connecting to mods on consoles has worked out really really great - it's way more popular than we ever thought". But, at the end of the day, the Creation Club is just something we have to deal with.
But if you're hoping to use mods to let bears play lutes, or turn dragons into Thomas the Tank Engine on your Switch anytime soon, Bethesda chief Todd Howard has some bad news for you. When asked about what they're doing about the situation, he said: "Right now we're doing nothing". The studio doubled down on its Nintendo support when it released Fallout Shelter on the Switch during the E3 expo last month. We've done a mix - people forget sometimes.
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Bethesda thus is still not paying any attention to mod support for Skyrim which is a sad piece of news for avid gamers. For starters, Fallout 76 is an online multiplayer survival game. When you first start the game you can chill a little and build yourself up before having to take on other players.
Skyrim has become the butt of all jokes in The Elder Scrolls series thanks to Bethesda endlessly re-releasing the game, most recently seeing the title land on Amazon's Alexa.