The long-awaited Skyrim Creation Kit is finally gracing Steam users tomorrow, according to Bethesda marketing mushroom Pete Hines. With this kit, modders will finally be able to create their own campaigns using the same tools that Bethesda itself uses to build the game's world.
If you're a player rather than a creator, the Steam Workshop will make it easy to download and install the campaigns that others have made. With this little feature finally on the shelf, Skyrim can give you fresh experiences for as long as modders have ideas. So that's nice.
Hines hinted that the Creation Kit would launch alongside a "special surprise," although we're going to have to wait patiently to get a clue about that.
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