- removal of an error causing inactive black screen,
- fixing notes, incl. in Polish,
- solving the problem with opening some doors,
- breaking compatibility with some mods.
A new update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition has been released. The good news is that it fixes some bugs, bad? That once again spoils the fashion.
The patch was marked with the number 1.6.323. Its main advantage is solving the inactive black screen problem, which appeared on some players when starting the game or when trying to load save ?? from a session with mods. Bugs blocking the proper display of Polish texts in the notes and preventing the opening of some doors have also been removed.
The whole trouble is that the changes introduced by 1.6.323 made it unusable Skyrim Script Extender, ie a project on which most of the more ambitious mods operate on its foundations.
Of course, in this case the problem is less than it might seem. Not only can we expect a quick update Skyrim Script Extender, but now the entire modding community is just beginning to shift to Anniversary Edition and most projects still do not have a version for this release.
You can solve the problem with mods yourself
Problem with Anniversary Edition in the context of mods is due to the fact that this version is not available as a separate production. It only replaced the old ones Special Edition by updating. Luckily, one of the fans has developed a project that allows you to roll back the game to a version with which all mods work. It is available in two variants:
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition ?? Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Downgrade Patcher (Full Patcher) ?? download mod
- Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Downgrade Patcher (Best of Both Worlds version) ?? download mod
Let us recall that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition was released on November 11 this year for PC and PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S.
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