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So folks, I've recently been converting large swathes of the mod to work in Skyrim Special Edition and overall the transition has been pretty smooth. A few teething problems here and there but otherwise the mod seems to have survived the journey.

I am now considering continuing work only on the Special Edition version of the mod in order to ensure full stability. But I'd like to bear in mind the needs of the players too. So my question is pretty simple:

How popular is classic Skyrim these days?

Does everyone pretty much just use the Special Edition anyway? If so I need not bother doubling my workload by having to create everything in classic Skyrim first then porting it over to the SE.


Let me know which version of the game you still play in the comments below.

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Kualan CreatorOnline
Kualan

Looks like SSE has the clear majority.

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DrakeVlad
DrakeVlad

Are you serious dude? Really.. I wait like 5 years for this mod never asked how long or whatever and now you wont release it on classic. SSE is *** btw half the mods probably wont be updated to there.

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If you recall the old version you'll also recall the instability that arose with it. Using SE as a base is half the battle to resolving this, the other half being a better optimised mod in the first place.

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Kane98.
Kane98.

I'm for Special Edition too

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TDSTU112
TDSTU112

SSE.

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shocknawe788
shocknawe788

By the Old Gods and the New, I would bend the knee to the Lannisters before I downloaded the Special Edition! Its graphics enhancements are worse than the ones I have, and its mod content is generally inferior because most people don't want to convert their old mods.

I would be really sad if Oldrim didn't get this mod after so long, especially since I was working on some custom content I wanted to add myself (extra houses, switch some characters around, etc.). Please Kualan, you started with Classic, and we have long waited it on Classic! This mod is Oldrim's by rights.

Thank you for this mod.

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The_Preacher
The_Preacher

Its not about better graphics regarding the SSE , but about removal of all memory related CTDs . SSE is 64-bit , "Oldrim" is not .

Its mod content is inferior mainly because SKSE for SSE isnt even yet ready . And even when its ready , majority of mods will need to be adapted properly .

Kualan has mentioned before , that his mod will firstly come for "classic" , and then he will make it later for SSE . Fully understandable .

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The_Preacher
The_Preacher

Now I see the last post by Kualan . Generally , many people still do play "old" Skyrim . The reason is above - SKSE not yet ready , big majority of mods completely uncompatible with SSE . But , through several months , this could all change . As I said on post above - the best thing with SSE is its 64-bit engine , many CTDs are resolved , the game is far more stable . So , in long term , its wise to focus on SSE . If you need to choose - I think its wiser to go with SSE , as within few months , it will be a better choice .

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