Bethesda Launched Its Verified Creator Program; You Can Make Money From Mods

The Bethesda Verified Creator Program allows you to make money from your mods and we have the details here!
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Bethesda Game Studios has launched its Verified Creator Program, which allows creators to make money by selling their mods in the Skyrim Special Edition and Skyrim Anniversary Edition. This is a great opportunity for creators to share their work with the world and earn some extra cash and a huge change from the original Creation Club.

To join the program, creators must have a portfolio of their work and be able to create mods that are compatible with the Skyrim Special Edition and Skyrim Anniversary Edition. Once accepted, creators can submit their mods for approval. If approved, the mods will be available for purchase in the Creations menu. Creators will receive a royalty from every mod they sell.

Bethesda has also announced that it is working on bringing the Verified Creator Program to other games in the future. This is great news for creators who want to make money from their work on other Bethesda titles.

The Verified Creator Program is open to anyone who has created mods for Skyrim. To apply, you must create a Bethesda.net account and link it to an Xbox account. You’ll also need to enable Multi-Factor Authentication on your Bethesda.net account.

Here are some requirements listed on the official page:

  • The Verified Creator Program is currently only available for Skyrim Special Edition and Skyrim Anniversary Edition.
  • You must be 18 years or older to apply.
  • Your mods must be original and cannot contain any copyrighted material.
  • You will need to provide Bethesda Game Studios with a valid payment method.

Once accepted into the program, you can submit your mods for approval. If your mod is approved, it will be available in the Creations menu. You’ll receive a royalty from every mod of yours sold. You can sell various mods, including new quests, items, characters, and more. You can also sell mods that change the game’s gameplay or graphics. The amount of money you can make will vary depending on the popularity of your mod.

So, if you’ve been wanting to make money while working on games, this is a good alternative to working on a new one of our own.

Jorge A. Aguilar

Jorge A. Aguilar

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