The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a popular game that millions of people still play a decade after it was first released. And thanks to modifications and user-created content, some have dedicated years in their lives to playing this game. Bethesda̵
Made by ThatLittleCommie, that’s literally all the dumb fool does. It does not add extra characters, new weapons or content that infringes copyright such as lightsaber or Thomas the Tank Engine. You install it, and after that you can no longer play Skyrim. It just crashes instead. This is how the creator of fashion describes courage.
“Have you ever felt that the game you spent your hard earned money on should be removed and not playable, I did too. Now with NoSkyrim, instead of being able to start a new game like most Skyrim players, you just can not. ”
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Moden was originally uploaded to the popular modding website Nexus Mods. But it has since been removed for unclear – but probably easy to guess – reasons. I want to bet on a mod that just breaks Skyrim and making it impossible to play is not something people who run the site want on their mod repository. Kotaku has reached out to Nexus Mods about removal and if NoSkyrim will ever come back.
At the moment, if you want to download this stupid mode, you can find it at LoversLab.com, which is an uh … more adult modding site. It seems that the people at LoversLab do not care about a Skyrim mod breaks the game and makes it impossible to play.
As discovered by PCGamer, courage currently has one Change.org petition that people can sign to support being read to Nexus Mods. At the time of writing, it has almost 350 signatures. Meanwhile, a subreddit dedicated to fashion and its return to the Nexus website has also appeared. It has just over 260 members. The top post is a smiling picture of Todd Howard, Bethesda’s director and executive producer. Other posts include people regretting the discouragement, as it was the only thing that stopped them from playing the decade-old open-world RPG game. (These posts are jokes, if you had not figured it out yet.)
For now, it seems that NoSkyrim will not return to Nexus Mods. It’s a sad day for people who are unable to uninstall a video game or who do not have self-control. Meanwhile, Bethesda is still announcing ports in Skyrim in 2021. I wonder if the last port will work (or stop working) with NoSkyrim mode?