Thanks to several online services such as Just Eat and Glovo, it has become much easier to order a pizza at home. In America, however, they are far ahead of us, so much so that it is now possible to order a Domino's pizza directly inside Oblivion, one of the best role-playing games ever produced by Bethesda. Unfortunately this is not an official partnership, but a mod made by a user, which however is decidedly curious.
How does this mod work? Quite simply a character is added into Oblivion, which allows you to place an order to have a Domino's pizza delivered to your home. At the moment there are obvious limitations: the mod allows you to order only one menu, consisting of pizza, drink and 8 pieces of garlic bread. All at a cost of $28,23, including taxes and delivery costs. Theoretically it would also be possible to change the order, but programming knowledge is required, which probably not everyone has.
However, the mod raises another important question. While in Spain it is still common to use cash to pay for home deliveryCredit cards are used in America and the rest of the world. To use the mod and order a pizza in Oblivion you need to enter your card details, which obviously makes everything less secure but still worth a try, provided you take the right precautions. It certainly remains an interesting experiment, which could prove to be of little use but very curious.
Ordering a pizza in Oblivion is now a reality, but now we expect that such a system could also be extended to Starfield, Bethesda's next RPG set in space. The title will be released in the course of 2023 for consoles Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC. Keep following Tom's Hardware for all the news and upcoming announcements from the world of video games.