23.04.2012 @ 23:40 #1
24.04.2012 @ 00:01 #2
It upset a lot of modders when Bethesda did it, many of whom refuse point-blank to go through the workshop. Users would need to set up Steam accounts, which would annoy a lot of them, and as the patching of the main game at Steam has always been problematic, so it would give CDPR a lot of extra work.
There are plenty of alternative hosting sites, such as The Nexus. It's worked well in the past for the developer to just leave the modding community to make their own decisions about where to publish, and there's no reason to think it won't continue to work that way.
But we definitely want to see that toolkit.
24.04.2012 @ 01:16 #3
24.04.2012 @ 02:51 #5
24.04.2012 @ 03:47 #6
Here's a question for you though. Does the steam workshop allow loli tentacle rape mods? Because I'm pretty sure Oblivion's Nexus has that...and worse. C:
24.04.2012 @ 03:55 #7
I've never looked
You may want to go and look at The Nexus's TOS.
26.04.2012 @ 11:57 #8
Are you an idiot?
26.04.2012 @ 12:35 #9
The Nexus bans a lot of people for a lot of good reasons, but those who get banned often then badmouth it, and those who don't know the site take it as true.