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How to Downgrade Skyrim SE to Play with SKSE64 and Mods


How to Downgrade Skyrim SE to Play with SKSE64 and Mods




If you are a fan of Skyrim mods, you may have encountered a problem with the latest update of Skyrim Special Edition (SSE), also known as Skyrim Anniversary Edition (AE). The update, which was released on November 11th, 2021, broke the compatibility of many mods that require Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE64), a tool that expands scripting capabilities and adds additional functionality to the game.


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Fortunately, there is a way to downgrade your Skyrim SE to a previous version that works with SKSE64 and mods. In this article, we will show you how to do it step by step.


What is SKSE64 and why do you need it?




SKSE64 is a modder's resource that allows you to use advanced features such as custom menus, animations, functions, events, and more in your Skyrim mods. Many popular mods such as SkyUI, Legacy of the Dragonborn, Ordinator, and more depend on SKSE64 to function properly.


If you want to use these mods, you need to have SKSE64 installed and run Skyrim SE from skse64_loader.exe instead of the default launcher. However, every time Bethesda updates Skyrim SE, SKSE64 needs to be updated as well to match the new game version. This can take some time, depending on the complexity of the changes.


That's why many mod users prefer to stay on an older version of Skyrim SE that is compatible with SKSE64 and their favorite mods. However, Steam automatically updates your games by default, so you may end up with a newer version of Skyrim SE that breaks your mod setup.


How to downgrade Skyrim SE to a previous version?