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Old 13-09-17, 09:53 AM
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Skyrim Script Extender 64 is now available in alpha

This mod is not intended for modders, not end users.



Read more on Skyrim SE's Script Extender mod.
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Old 15-09-17, 11:55 AM
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Yes! this is really awesome news, I stop playing the SE version mainly due to the UI.

So as of now there's a really big chance that SkyUI is not that far away.

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Also the Fallout 4 SE has been release as well, So this will make people who play Fallout 4 very happy too.
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Old 15-09-17, 02:47 PM
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Yesyesyesyes!! *Runs around in circles*

I've missed Script Extender and while I love the Special Edition the lack of SKSE has really hampered the enjoyment I can get out of it.
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Old 15-09-17, 02:50 PM
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Hasn't the FO4 one been out forever? Or am I missing something? I'm surprised anyone who plays modded Skyrim would even bother modding the SE, since it really doesn't seem like it brings much to the table.
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Old 15-09-17, 06:37 PM
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Hasn't the FO4 one been out forever? Or am I missing something? I'm surprised anyone who plays modded Skyrim would even bother modding the SE, since it really doesn't seem like it brings much to the table.
Skyrim SE is a much better game for mods. Sure it's restricted ATM, but after this gets released there will be no point in vanilla Skyrim. You underestimate the use a 64bit engine.
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Old 15-09-17, 03:11 PM
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@Bartacus

Yeah the Fallout SE has been out for a while i got confused which is nothing unusual for me it's the MCM mod that came out, Sorry i had a brain fade.
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Old 15-09-17, 03:14 PM
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I just thought something new had come out for FO4. Got me excited for a minute.
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Old 15-09-17, 03:16 PM
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But TBH the MCM is a big deal for Fallout 4 it will make Mod authors job a lot easier now.
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Old 15-09-17, 06:40 PM
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I knew about 64 bit, I just didn't think it makes a crap worth of difference on a game that people have been successfully modding for years. It's not like they did an entire engine re-write. I just don't see the point, but I'm also not a mod creator either.
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Old 18-09-17, 03:55 AM
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I knew about 64 bit, I just didn't think it makes a crap worth of difference on a game that people have been successfully modding for years. It's not like they did an entire engine re-write. I just don't see the point, but I'm also not a mod creator either.
The main benefit of the 64bit engine is that when you have a heavily modded game it can run out of addressable memory, and gets really unstable. I only encountered this a few times but it took me ages to get all of my mods working together.

This might tempt be back into playing skyrim again
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