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Skyrim Special Edition Improved Version For PS4 And Xbox One

Five years after the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special edition was originally launched on November 11th, a new version is now available.

Skyrim Special Edition, the new name, made its debut on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game has better graphics than the original, as well as support for mods.

There are more than 200 console mods that are available right now for the Special Edition.

With the Xbox One having more than PS4. PS4 mods are restricted to using in-game assets.

Modders cannot create their work from the start, or make scripts that are used for even more complex creations.

The limit is a part of the deal Bethesda make with Sony. Just to allow mods on the platform in Skyrim Special Edition and Fallout4.

Bethesda stated earlier this current week that they would not send review copies for Skyrim Special Edition until the day before the release.

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