The release date of the highly anticipated skyrim together reborn mod on PC is later this week, but those hoping it will also come to Xbox or PS5 consoles will be disappointed. The mod will never be released on consoles according to developer Tilted Online, and it will also only be supported on certain versions of the PC game.
Skyrim Together Reborn will be released on PC this week
The Skyrim Together Reborn mod will be released on PC at 4:00 p.m. GMT on Friday, July 8. The mod will only be available on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition version 1.6.XXX or higher on Steam. The Anniversary Upgrade is not required and the developer even says that the mod will probably work better without it. The mod will not be supported on the original version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrimany version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Editionor any version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR. Skyrim Together Reborn will not be supported on Skyrim Special Edition on any console, including PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, so you won’t get a release date for those platforms because Tilted Online says so”is not possible to do.”
Skyrim Together Reborn releasing on Friday is the full version 1.0. While this build was originally supposed to be a beta, the team made “a few last-minute improvements” that pushed it to a full release. Despite this, they warn the mod “will occasionally crash, some quests will break, there will be bugs. The mod’s goal is to convert Skyrim from a single-player RPG into a co-op experience for 2-8 players, but the bugs are “the reality of doing a multiplayer mod instead of having a massive studio like Bethesda do a multiplayer game. ”
Friday’s release will also mark the end of support for the old Skyrim Reborn mod, known as the Harbor Edition or “nightlies” to players. Now players will no longer be able to download the older version of the mod, or view a server list or wiki. The new mod will be fully open source, meaning other players will be free to jump on board and help “build on the solid foundation” of Skyrim Together Reborn.
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