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Hi there,

The beginning of the guide states, "This is our next major release of the Step Skyrim Special Edition guide for Skyrim Anniversary Edition." This is pretty confusing. Does this mean that the guide works only for the Anniversary Edition? Or does it also work for the Special Edition? Can someone please clarify? Thanks.

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3 hours ago, Spigotron said:

Hi there,

The beginning of the guide states, "This is our next major release of the Step Skyrim Special Edition guide for Skyrim Anniversary Edition." This is pretty confusing. Does this mean that the guide works only for the Anniversary Edition? Or does it also work for the Special Edition? Can someone please clarify? Thanks.

The Guide is for Anniversary Edition, meaning you have to have the CC content. The only difference between SE and AE is the CC content.

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Thank you for the reply! The guide is labeled "Skyrim SE v2.0.0." I recommend updating the label so that it's not confusing. Currently, it reads as if the guide is for Skyrim SE. Thanks!

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On 3/15/2022 at 11:17 AM, Spigotron said:

Thank you for the reply! The guide is labeled "Skyrim SE v2.0.0." I recommend updating the label so that it's not confusing. Currently, it reads as if the guide is for Skyrim SE. Thanks!

That is a misnomer introduced by the public (due to somewhat misleading marketing tactics by Bethesda and similar to many milked games released as 'compilations' these days). As of today:

  1. Skyrim Legendary Edition (SLE): Most updated version of the original game (deprecated)
  2. Skyrim Special Edition (SSE): SLE + 1.6.xxx update + DLC + enhanced textures and some additional/fixed content + free Creation Club DLC (if you already owned SSE on Nov 11, 2021).
  3. Skyrim Anniversary Edition (SAE): SSE + the additional pay-for Creation Club DLC (aka, the Anniversary Upgrade, which includes the otherwise free CC DLC in #2)

The guide has been re-labeled for clarity, but it will still be referred to in parlance as SkyrimSE (wiki namespace) and SSE occasionally. The new guide is technically SAE though.

https://elderscrolls.bethesda.net/en/article/5esC91g2ABY1jQ97uq39zW/skyrim-anniversary-edition-faq

https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/The_Elder_Scrolls_V:_Skyrim_Anniversary_Edition

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Elder_Scrolls_V:_Skyrim

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