Thisweek, the Skyrim online co-op mod will be released in full

Thisweek, the Skyrim online co-op mod will be released in full ...

The mod team behind Skyrim Together Reborn has scheduled a release date for Friday, July 8 (noon EST). Players may also enable PvP manually, but they don't recommend it as that was their primary intention.

Since 2016, the Skyrim Together team has been working on a co-op mode for Bethesda's single player mega-hit, completely scrapping it and starting a rewrite in 2019.

The team anticipates that the whole release will be a bit choppy due to the addition of online multiplayer to a complex single-player RPG, but the work will continue post-launch. A similar mod for Fallout 4 is also in the works, but it likely won't be released for a while.

Skyrim Together Reborn is limited to the Steam version of Skyrim Special Edition 1.6. It does not support Skyrim VR, Legendary Edition, or the Microsoft Store version. Players will be able to start their own servers or use servers from sites like playtogether.gg. The mod will be open-source once it's released on Nexus Mods.

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