A new change of the popular modder portal Nexus Mods generates a barrage of criticism among its users

A new change of the popular modder portal Nexus Mods generates a barrage of criticism among its users

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A new change of the popular modder portal Nexus Mods generates a barrage of criticism among its users

Nexus Mods is, without a doubt, the biggest and most popular mod portal on the whole net, and is not for less. The page hosts a massive number of mods from a huge number of content developers, who use it to share their mods, get noticed, and even receive remuneration and donations for their good work. The platform has an especially large community in the case of Bethesda rpgs, which are famous for their immense ability to receive mods.

However, despite its great popularity a new change of the popular modder portal Nexus Mods generates a barrage of criticism among its users.

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This change in Nexus Mods, which has generated a huge stir and barrage of criticism, would deprive mod creators of the ability to completely remove their content from the page. The news was shared by the site in preparation for your new update “Collections”, which will allow users to establish lists of mods complementary to theirs, in order to resolve incompatibilities between mods, which are very common in games like Skyrim.

A new change of the popular modder portal Nexus Mods generates a barrage of criticism among its users

Although this change adds many utilities that will make life easier for mod creators and those users who use them, too will lead to many of the content creators losing rights to their own mods. As explained by the page, from now on the mods will not be deleted, but will be “archived”, and the only way that this is not the case will be through requests from the creators. It is understandable, considering all this, that many modders are not happy with the change.

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