Lore-Based Loading ScreensBrought to us by Chesko with help from the lovely (and nerdy) minds at, this mod turns the usual boring loading screens into messages focused on the lore surrounding Skyrim. The player can now immerse themselves deeper into the history of Tamriel instead of learning the same useless game tidbits every time you enter a new building.Less Aggressive AnimalsThis one might make me sound like a bit of a milkdrinker here, but hear me out. There is nothing more annoying that the time-wasting moments when a bunch of mudcraps randomly attack you despite your full Deadric armor. Sure, you kill them easily and it’s no big deal, but I like to cut out some of that wasted time and spend it on more useful things like killing dragons.Arcadia’s FarmArcadia’s Farm gives you a nice working farm right across the road from the stable in Whiterun with 25 spots to grow your own plants. It also gifts you a female merchant/gardener named Olive who has a nice custom list of items for sale.
There is also plenty of storage which is a plus. Supreme StormsEver felt like the storms in Skyrim were weak? Yeah, well, that’s fixed here.
Visibility is greatly reduced during strong storms and you can almost feel the cold during the snowstorms. It’s one of those things that just makes the world of Skyrim feel so real.Reverb and Ambience OverhaulIf you have a great pair of headphones or excellent speakers, I cannot recommend this mod enough.
It truly immerses you in Skyrim, with incredibly realistic sounds at every turn. Seriously, just get this one.
Cloud StorageIt’s like the iCloud, except I don’t store my nudes there. But seriously, this mod lets you store supplies in a “stash” chest that you can access from numerous points on the map. There is a crate at every in as well as at each market and a few other spots across Skyrim to make your gear easily accessible. Realistic ConversationsTired of NPCs being so incredibly boring and unrealistic? Well, this won’t entirely fix that.
I mean, c’mon, not even Talos could fix that. What this mod does do, however, is attempt to make them as realistic as possible in their interaction with each other.
This is definitely a mod worth getting if you play with your sound on (and who doesn’t?).Cheat ModYeah. I should probably hide before the hardcore gamers come out to crucify me, but this one is really helpful to players who don’t want to spend countless hours searching for the right crafting parts. It places almost every crafting ingredient imaginable in containers right near the Warmaiden’s forge in Whiterun and it also adds a trapdoor which allows you to enter Qasmoke (where you can find quite literally every item in the game). If you are playing this game just for the lolz, this is a good one to get.Phenderix Magic EvolvedLike magic? Of course you do.
How about over 370 new spells? Well, PME gives you that, revolutionizing the magic experience in Skyrim. There are numerous ways to learn the new spells, but if you are lazy you can always go to the cheat chest next to Farengar in Whiterun’s Dragonreach.
Bethesda will officially launch Skyrim Special Edition on Oct. 28 with plenty of mods available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The easiest way to find the mods will be through Bethesda's official site.There are currently including a Rich Merchant mod, Scroll crafting and Spell tweaks.
Xbox One users, which include better relationship dialogue, black mage armor, spell tweaks, etc. And PC users have a total of.Players can expect a lot of ports of older mods to transfer over to Skyrim Special Edition once the game is released. Give the modders some time to upload your favorite mods. Even Bethesda game director Todd Howard told he isn’t concerned about modders getting their content out up for Skyrim Special Edition players.“Our modders, they are awesome developers,” Howard told. “They've been doing it with us for a really long time through all our games.”This big question for console users is likely how to install the mods, especially on the PS4.
Well, we’ve got you covered on that part. Check out how to install your Skyrim Special Edition mods on your preferred console (PS4, Xbox One) below when they become available.HOW TO INSTALL MODS ON THE PS4 OR XBOX ONE.Register on Bethesda.net. Link you Bethesda account to your preferred console.Open the Bethesda.net Mods tab to begin browsing mods. Select your preferred console to see what mods are available. Xbox One users have a 5GB limit for active mods while PS4 users have 1GB, at this time.Download your desired mods using Bethesda’s launcher.To active or deactive mods, you must go into the Mods main menu option on Bethesda’s site. This is where you can manage the mods in your library.Load Skyrim Special Edition on your console. There should be a menu option for mods.
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Make sure your desired mods are activated.Start playing Skyrim Special Edition.Now, it’s possible these steps might change post-launch. We’ll be sure to update this article if necessary. Let us know if you have any issues loading mods on your consoles in the comments below. We’ll look into the issues for you.