Remember way back in the day when we were hoping and praying that there would come a time where we could play fully modded Skyrim (or even just vanilla Skyrim) in co-op with our friends? Remember when we got ESO, thought it was a good game, but wasn't quite what some of us were looking for? Well, reminisce no longer, because as of today--that being Friday, July 8, 2022--that dream, that longing, has become a reality. Skyrim Together Reborn has officially released.
The game largely Just Works--and I mean that in the literal sense, not the Todd Howard / Pete Hines sense--in multiplayer, with some bugs related to party functionality like dungeons becoming unsynced if not everyone in the party has either yet to start or completed them, but most everything works flawlessly, including PvP! Here's a video that goes into detail more elegantly than I ever could, just ignore the fact that the uploader is a Vortex-using heathen in the year of our lord 2022:
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Now, of note, you will need either Special or Anniversary Edition on Steam to play this--Legendary Edition and the GamePass version don't work, though the latter may only be a "for now" thing--but this is quite a huge deal, and well worth trying out.
Tonight's the night, everyone! We're at that part of the not-E3 season where a bunch of big developers and publishers (and Netflix, for... some reason) get together in Los Angeles and tease upcoming releases through a man named Geoff. People suspect a lot of things are going to be announced, with the shortlist on Twitter involving things like God of War, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, etc.. What we DO know is that there will be no Starfield or elder Scrolls 6 news today, and the Xbox account dropped a date for their part of the presentation, so all you Bethesda fans (myself very much included) will need to wait until Sunday to get your fix. We're still due for a lot of cool announcements and trailers in just over a couple hours, though, so what's everyone most excited for? Personally, after the celebrated return of Free Radical Design under their banner last year, I'd be over the fucking moon if Deep Silver teased literally anything TimeSplitters.
Feel free to go crazy discussing the bombshells these publishers drop over the next few days here!