On November 11, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be 10 years old, and it is one of the most successful role-playing games of all time, which Bethesda has released on many platforms since its release. Nana, this other version is also planned for Christmas, this will be the Anniversary Edition, which holders of the 2016 Special Edition will get in the form of a free update. However, this seems to be a major headache for both mod makers and users.
In terms of community mods, Skyrim has contributed to the continued popularity of the most popular video game in existence, RPG, to date, with content not created by Bethesda. However, using it is not so easy because when new content arrives in the Bethesda Creation Club in the Special Edition, the Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE) plugin used to crash the most common modes. Therefore, the Steam version is used by many without asking for official updates of the game, and a separate exe file is used to start it through a mod manager.
but now computer games You mentioned that the anniversary version will cause more problems. This is based on a report from a developer at SKSE who said that this release will update the code editor used in the special edition, Visual Studio, replacing the 2015 version with 2019. This will change the code generation and mod developers will have to rewrite the mods to make it work. SKSE hasn’t been seriously affected by the issue because it’s usually updated regularly when something changes in Skyrimen, but not other plugins. According to the developer, this means that a significant amount of mods may not be available for some time after the Anniversary Edition is released.
Also available for next-generation consoles, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition includes Special Edition content, additional Creation Club 500 items, and innovations like the ability to hunt in-game.
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