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Modding SSE 1.6.xxx Without The Anniversary Upgrade

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Starting this topic for user-to-user support for modding current SSE 1.6.xxx for those without the Anniversary Upgrade.

Step does not support any game version other than the full game with all optional DLC. This applies to all of our official guides, as always.

To use the latest Step SSE guide (for Skyrim Anniversary Edition), the Anniversary Upgrade DLC is required (official Creation Club DLC). This only costs $20 and is well worth it just to remain compatible with relevant/contemporary mods of today and in the future.

... take it away folks.


Also, please let us know why you don't want the Anniversary Upgrade.

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