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‘Skyrim’ skooma absinthe is now on sale

"The finest skooma, the sweetest moon sugar. At a fair price, of course."

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The fan-favourite "Honey" mod also gets an upgrade

Bethesda talks depth of ‘Starfield’ universe in first dev diary

Director Todd Howard cryptically says there will be two "stepping out moments"

The most popular ‘Skyrim Anniversary Edition’ mod is a downgrade patcher

The patcher undoes the changes made by 'Skyrim Anniversary Edition'

‘Skyrim Anniversary Edition’ patch might break your mods

In case you weren’t aware, ‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ has recently been re-released again in the form of the ‘Anniversary Edition’, including a full ten years’ worth of content in the form of all the add-ons from ‘Skyrim: Special Edition’, as well as new content from the creation club like quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons, spells, and more. However, it launched with a few bugs, including one which caused a black screen crash, which has now been addressed with a patch, which might actually cause more problems for fans.

‘Skyrim Anniversary Edition’ patch fixes irritating black screen crash

Skyrim Script Extender has been updated to support the patch

New ‘Deathloop’ patch adds plenty of new features

Field of View options and NPC behaviour tweaked

‘Skyrim Anniversary Edition’ is causing crashes by loading mods too quickly

An irritating black screen crash is caused by Bethesda's game running...too well?
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