Fallout 4
"Fallout 4" mods will be available on the Xbox One. Bethesda

Bethesda had been busy at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017 (E3), where it announced plenty of updates on its titles. "The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Special Edition" and "Fallout 4" were among them, though the news has left the gaming community a bit divided.

New content looms over the horizon with the Creation Club, which will bring in paid user content. This means that affiliated creators will be tasked to create new content. However, critics are skeptical.

A lot is tied up to the old fiasco Bethesda had to deal with when it came to adopting paid mods for "The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Special Edition" and "Fallout 4." In 2015, Valve and Bethesda released these mods for "Skyrim" via Steam, but things didn’t turn out well. This resulted to negative feedback from the gaming community, thus the paid content initiative was shelved, Forbes reports. Could things be different this time around? All that remains to be seen.

Bethesda is confident that the same fiasco will not happen again. There will be a process for mods for both "Skyrim" and "Fallout 4," meaning they will not automatically be up at the marketplace without prior approval, according to the Creation Club site.

The new mods for can be purchased through game credits. The credits are available for purchase via the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and Steam and are transferrable.

This could be a way for modders to earn cash on the side as long as their creation is original. Existing mods cannot be retrofitted, meaning they will have to be created internally. With a stricter way to deliver paid content, it will be interesting if loopholes would crop up.

Bethesda has drawn the line when it comes to the creation of paid user content for. For creators, the tools and resources may need some time to get used to – hinting that tempting mods from the Creation Club may need time to propagate and sell.

The ghost of 2015 is still in the air, so the Creation Club is on the clock. If all goes well, the obvious winners are the ones seeking new content for both "The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Special Edition" and "Fallout 4."