For some computer gamers, mods and mods aren't just a joke. The ability to change game files can change the way some games look, feel, and even play, with some mods even changing game genres. Sites like Mod DB and Nexus Mods offer new ways to showcase a huge range of talent that can extend the life of the same gaming experience. Now, however, it looks like the latter is trying to make some changes to the way files are processed. According to a recent report, Nexus Mods, which historically supported major games like Fallout 4, which made it easy to install add-ons, will be making changes so that users will no longer be able to delete files starting next month. Instead, it only backs up files, which stores them in the website's database but makes them inaccessible to users. This may sound like a weird implementation guideline. Perhaps the special community for modifications could be annoyed or even angry with the changes. It should be noted, however, that there were reasons for Nexus to take on this new idea. According to the official publication on the website, it refers to a project for 2019 called "Collection" which has not yet been implemented. The overall goal seems to be to make modifications easier in general and also to reduce the burden for those who are at risk of downloading conflicting mods. This new collections feature helps you create pick lists that others can add or share. Therefore, the site rules out the possibility of mods being removed or downloaded, especially since there is no guarantee that mods can replace the files. Bottom line, it seems that the archiving and hiding of files works as if the mod was removed even if it didn't, so while it's understandable why Nexus Mods did this, it's understandable that some people are concerned. https://sites.google.com/view/drivingschoolsimmodapklatest https://sites.google.com/view/block-city-wars-mod-apk-2021 https://sites.google.com/view/the-sandbox-evolution-mod-apk https://sites.google.com/view/grim-soul-dark-fantasy-modapk https://sites.google.com/view/mutiny-pirate-survival-mod-apk https://sites.google.com/view/carsimulator2modapkallcars2021 https://sites.google.com/view/pickcraftermodapkunlimited2021 https://sites.google.com/view/mad-skills-motocross-3-mod-apk https://sites.google.com/view/soulknightmodapkunlockall2021 https://sites.google.com/view/swordigo-mod-apk-unlimited It should be noted that this does not affect mods uploaded by the creators or downloaded by users, but from now on the files will remain on the site for the next month but can be archived and not completely deleted. That means Skyrim fans who want the jet in the game can still have it. Nothing takes anyone away from the ability to create, share and play the millions of game modifications currently on the Nexus Mods website, which is likely to be a bit of a relief.