The latest mods for Skyrim Special Edition brings Super Skyrim Bros., a dodge mechanic, and Qaxe’s Questorium quests to the game, while the normal Skyrim gains a mod that uses SKSE V 1.7.3 for SkyrimSouls. Bethesda’s Skyrim is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
The first mod up on this list is the Super Skyrim Bros. mod. It turns the Special Edition of Skyrim into the iconic world of Super Mario, adding coins, flying bricks, Koopa Troopas, Goombas and other enemies and assets from the popular Mario series.
Dodging or rolling in games is an important feature. Without said feature battles become that much more difficult due to the restraint of movement in tough combat situations. Well, Shikyokira has a mod that allows players to roll. A video by Tex covers the mod and is up for your viewing pleasure.
You can get this mod over on NexusMods.
The next mod up comes in by modder Ahondara, who brings well over 60 quests and NPCs to interact with during a playthrough of Qaxe’s Questorium. A description detailing the mod sits below.
“This mod presents over 60 quests, with around 80 custom-voiced characters, dozens of custom spells, around 1000 enemies, over 100 new textures, unique items, drinks, followers, player-homes, towns, spread out in 9 original world-spaces. Enjoy multiple stories and quests by playing the same way you did the first time you played Skyrim. Walk around, talk to people, explore.”
This mod is currently available for download by visiting NexusMods.
The last mod on this list has nothing to do with the actual SKSE 64-bit, but it does stand to be an update of SKSE (version 1.7.3). The mod unpauses the game when a menu is opened. Drasolite has a video of the SkyrimSouls mod in action below.
Skyrim Special Edition is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The normal version of Skyrim is out now for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.