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Submitted by s8anicslayer 592d ago | opinion piece

Why "Battlefield" and "Call Of Duty" Should Embrace the Modding Community

Modders will never stop, either game makers make them official or illegal, but the truth is if you're putting code into the world with games people love they're going to want to get inside of it. Modding blew up with the open availability of game engines and some developers handing over the keys while others have resisted and instead try to keep modders off their servers. (Battlefield, Call of Duty, PC)

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