Skyrim Anniversary Edition comes with everything in the Creation Club
During Quakecon, Bethesda announced that it will release Skyrim Anniversary Edition on Skyrim’s 10th anniversary, November 11, providing an opportunity for memelords to once again dust off the gags on its never-ending cycle of ports and re-releases. This Anniversary Edition will contain “over 500 unique Creation Club content,” and if you already own Skyrim Special Edition, you can purchase it as an upgrade. Even if you don’t purchase the upgrade, Skyrim Special Edition is getting a fishing update, adding new mechanics that will allow you to “grab a fishing rod, do fishing quests”.
Bethesda has now given more information on the Anniversary Edition and Peach Update, as well as their other plans for the RPG Anniversary. First off, fishing isn’t the only thing existing Skyrim Special Edition players will get, with two of Creation Club’s paid mods joining it for free: Survival Mode (an optional difficulty modifier that adds hunger, fatigue and cold mechanics, plus illnesses, as well as limitations on rapid movement, health regeneration, weight, etc.).
The anniversary edition will include “all 48 creations currently available” in the Creation Club, as well as 26 that have not yet been released. This claim of “over 500 unique content items” is based on breaking down those creations into “individual items such as quests, items, armor, houses, etc.” It’s all from pet foxes, nix dogs and mud crabs to new weapons and clothing, the return of old favorites like the Gray Hood and Goblins, and tweaks like the addition of camping and bags. back.
You can of course just download a selection of the best Skyrim Special Edition mods to achieve a similar effect, and not have to worry that the only way to disable Creation Club items you don’t like is to manually delete. the .esl and. bsa yourself.