Skyrim Script Extender Will Bring Old Mods To Special Edition

Skyrim Special Edition brought gamers a fresh, new, and updated look into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim video game release. The title not only updated the look for PC gamers but also brought the famed video game onto the current generation of consoles. For PC gamers, in particular, the update did come with one big downfall and that was mod support.

With the new update, most of the previously available mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was unable to work. This may have left some gamers bummed, but it inspired modders to once again work on their additions and changes for the latest Skyrim Special Edition release.

Today we’re finding out that the makers behind Skyrim Script Extender are working on an updated version, known as SKSE64, for the Skyrim Special Edition release. This was a tool that several other mods relied on when it came to the original Skyrim video game.

More importantly for some gamers, with the addition to Skyrim Script Extender in Skyrim Special Edition, managing mods should be relatively easy. This tool will essentially allow a set of mods to be combined together. However, we’ll still have to wait for the team to finish working on the Skyrim Script Extender as their goal is to launch SKSE64 sometime this March.

For now, take a look at the video uploaded by the team behind SKSE64 above to see their work in progress.