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Xbox One mod support allegedly coming this year

Xbox One mod support is allegedly coming to the console later this year, according to a new report.

Windows Central has posted several leaked, internal documents which detail the Xbox Community Content platform. The service will provide “service-level support for UCG”, or user-generated content, and looks to operate much like Valve’s Steam Workshop.

Developers will be able to take advantage of Xbox Community Content as they wish, deciding on the level of mods that are accepted in each game and whether or not mod creators can charge a fee for their work.

Moreover, Windows Central points to several job listings looking to “drive support on Xbox Live for game mods.”

“You will have a unique opportunity to shape and bring to market a new set of services, tools and experiences allowing game developers to easily integrate mods into their games, communities of passionate fans to create and share awesome and engaging content for the games they love, while keeping everyone on the network safe from abusive content,” a job listing reads.

We’ll have more on Xbox One mod support as it becomes available.

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