Nexus Mod Manager now supports Skyrim Special Edition

Nexus Mod Manager now supports Skyrim Special Edition

Nexus Mod Manager now supports Skyrim Special Edition

Nexus Mod Manager now supports Skyrim Special Edition

 
Nexus Mods has now released a new version of their mod manager adds support for Skyrim Special Edition, allowing PC gamers to install mods into the new version of the game. 
 
Please note that not all existing Skyrim Mods will work on Skyrim SE, as Skyrim Script Extender (SSE), which is required for a lot of PC mods to function, has not been ported over to 64-bit yet. This will mean that a lot of popular mods simply will not work on Skyrim Special Edition. 
 
Aside from this Skyrim Special Edition has also made changes to how the game handles meshes, animations and several other aspects of the game, which again may conflict with existing mods. We would advise that Skyrim SE players only install mods that have been confirmed as functional on Skyrim SE. 

  

Nexus Mod Manager now supports Skyrim Special Edition  

The latest version of the Nexus Mod Manager is available to download here. 

 

You can join the discussion on Skyrim Special Edition on the OC3D Forums

 

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28-10-2016, 06:18:42

King of Old Old School
Does anyone know if Mod Organizer is working with Special Edition, I don't really like Nexus Mod Manger.

Or am i just better off using Nexus for Special Edition.Quote

28-10-2016, 06:32:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Does anyone know if Mod Organizer is working with Special Edition, I don't really like Nexus Mod Manger.

Or am i just better off using Nexus for Special Edition.
I don't think that Mod Organiser is ported to Special Edition yet, though I could be wrong.Quote

28-10-2016, 09:15:23

Bridges
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
I don't think that Mod Organiser is ported to Special Edition yet, though I could be wrong.
Mod Organiser is no longer being developed. The MO developer now works for Nexus Mods, so hopefully NMM should catch-up to MO soon.Quote

28-10-2016, 09:19:18

WYP
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Originally Posted by Bridges View Post
Mod Organiser is no longer being developed. The MO developer now works for Nexus Mods, so hopefully NMM should catch-up to MO soon.
That explains a lot. It has been a while since I was last modding skyrim, I am looking forward to wasting countless hours in the game again.Quote
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