We've heard no new news about this coming back beyond it possibly resurfacing in or after November or so for Skyrim, likely for good reason. There's something about the fiasco though that, while I've heard some people hint at, no one seems to seriously think about the long term implications of it. That being Bethesda, a company that creates buggy game after buggy game, was taking a percentage of the revenue from sales of/donations towards patch and optimization mods like SkyUI. Those of you who listened to TotalBiscuit's video on the subject from April -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aavBAplp5A -- likely heard him, Brumbeck of SMIM and Robin of Nexus Mods bring that up, only for Brumbeck to say, "I know the Internet went crazy with these ideas of, 'Oh, well, now they're going to release [Fallout 4] in such a broken state that modders will fix it.' No. They'd get hit so hard by the review scores..." I have to wonder if this guy, who claims to be a modder of plus ten years, has been paying any attention to the necessity of the Unofficial Patches, SkyUI and script extenders in regards to other Skyrim and Bethesda game mods, much less how highly Bethesda games are scored, despite the existence of truckloads of bugs that, rightly so, tank opinions of other games. See also: Battlefield 4, Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed: Unity, etc. What say all of you?