The popular co-op mode for Skyrim Together will be releasing a new and improved version on July 8 at 12 PM ET. The mod will be called Skyrim Together Reborn and is expected to be a major upgrade over the previous mods. The announcement was made by one of the game’s developers in a Reddit post on July 1.
Its finally time, we are pleased to announce that Skyrim Together will release on July 8 at 4PM UST.
Read the full announcement here: https://t.co/It4aJhDVnc
— Skyrim Together (@Skyrim_Together) July 1, 2022
There will be many new features to the updated mod, including the ability to support 2-8 players at any time. Many of the features will be synced for players, including NPCs, quests, and more. Mods will also be available to players, but it is suggested that each of the players use the same mods to promote the most seamless gameplay possible. Finally, respawns after death in the game will vary based on where the player is. Players who die in the wild will be spawned somewhere nearby, while those who die in dungeons will be respawned at the entrance of the dungeon.
Although there is a lot of content being added into the game to start, there is still some that will be coming soon. Weather syncing, shared map markers, and a scripting AI will all be included at a later date.
While the game is largely finished, the developers have said that players should expect some issues with the game. Turning a single-player game into multiplayer is already hard to do, and it is even harder when many of the developers are students who work for free in their free time. In the Reddit post, it was said that “The mod won’t be perfect. It will occasionally crash, some quests will break, there will be bugs. This is not fixable.”
Although the game is not going to be perfect, fans should come in with an open mind and enjoy how exciting Skyrim Together Reborn can be.