The "Recent" Fallout 4 reviews on steam are 49% positive now because of the Creation Club. Skyrims SE is at 79% but I can see already many negative ones on the reviews because of the Creation Club too. Unfortunately the PC consumers are just a water drop in the sea of total players who play Fallout 4 and Skyrim SE. And I know for years now that Bethesda doesn't care about PC consumers. So I doubt that they will care for a "few" thousand customers boycotting their products when they can compensate that money lost with these micro DLC they will sell. Also, amazingly some PC consumers are in favor of the Creation Club so they will not lose all their PC customers. Not to mention what others already said about consumers that are now outraged at Bethesda but will run to the stores and pre-order, season pass, 1st day buy the next game Bethesda releases... Last time when it was Bethesda's and Steam Paid mods, it failed because Steam relies on the PC consumers, and so the backlash hurt Steam a lot. But this time it is not a Steam problem and Bethesda gets 90% or more of their profit from console players, so I really don't see this making them fail or burn or anything, it might actually work for them and make them get even more profit at long run. Who knows... I would like to know the opinion of console players to this, and in particular PS4 ones (since those are the ones even more limited to their modding capabilities) and see if they are outraged too or not. But yeah, these Creation Club products are terrible... They should have launched with something substancial like a "mini" new landmass DLC or a new quests pack DLC or even just a weapons/armors/items/weapon mods pack or something. Not a damn "pipboy retexture" and "Power Armor black paint job" and so on... These could come up later, when there is already content that should have been worth to pay for those who wanted to expand their game... This was madness, the way it was released to the public.