Bethesda has just released a new patch for Skyrim Special Edition that brings Creations, which will act as a new hub for mods that players will be able to access inside the game. Additionally, the patch also adds official support for Steam Deck and Ultrawide monitors.
Creations is undoubtedly the highlight of this new Elder Scrolls 5 patch. It is a successor to the Creation Club, which was the moniker for Bethesda’s earlier in-game mod store for Skyrim Special Edition and Fallout 4.
According to the official patch notes,
“Creations combines Skyrim’s existing Mods, Creation Club items and all-new Creations under a single Creations menu available for players to browse today in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition.”
Talking about the new ‘Creations’, Bethesda has listed a few new mods that are the first ones to join the roster:
- East Empire Expansion by Kinggath
- Legendary Dungeons – Dwarven Delves by Trainwiz
- Katja the Thief by Unoctium
- Aldmeri Anti-Mage by Niero
- Winterfrost by TheDogOfWar
- Arquebus by Shoeburglar
- Shadetree Lodge by Elianora
Latest Skyrim Patch Breaks SKSE
As is the tradition with even the tiniest of Skyrim patches, Skyrim Script Extender is broken and awaiting an update. For those uninitiated, SKSE is an indispensable utility that makes it possible for thousands of amazing Skyrim mods to run.
If you already had a functioning Skyrim modlist and this update broke it, your best bet would be to roll back your Skyrim installation to the previous version, other than waiting for the next SKSE release.
If you want to read the full patch notes for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim update, head over to Bethesda’s official website.