C3 Raises $8,512 for Make a Wish International!



The Community Creations Con or C3, which featured modders who worked on Bethesda games like Fallout and Starfield, was, without doubt, a massive success!

The 2-day virtual event, which attendees could access free of charge, more than met its donation quota - it exceeded its fundraising goals!

According to the event’s official X account, last weekend’s C3 event had raised $8,512 by 8:30 PM Eastern Standard Time. This was announced just before the final panel featuring Verified Creators with Bethesda’s new Games Studio Creations program.

The event’s earlier quota was only over $2,000. All of this money will be donated to the Make-A-Wish International Foundation.

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The event featured numerous modders and projects, two of which are the much-anticipated Fallout 4: Appalachia and Fallout London mods. Both are full-game projects that expand on the world of the latest entry in the Fallout franchise.

Fallout 4: Appalachia brings the Sole Survivor of the game to Appalachia, the setting of Bethesda’s online multiplayer game Fallout 76. The DLC takes place two hundred years after the events of Fallout 76 and will tie into Fallout 4’s narratives through the Rust Devils.

On the other hand, Fallout London is an expansion that takes the story away from the United States and into London, showing the city’s predicament two centuries after the Resource Wars and the Great War that dropped nuclear bombs on the US.

C3 also covered a progress preview of the upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Oblivion remake, titled Skyblivion. The game, expected to be released in 2025, is a total recreation of Oblivion based on the Skyrim version of the Creation Engine.

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