The developers behind Skyrim Together Reborn have announced that the full version of their mod will be released this Friday, July 8. Skyrim Together Reborn is a multiplayer co-op mod that allows up to eight players to play the The Elder Scrolls V together, with quests, contents of chests, audio, and more fully synced between each player’s game. The mod even allows for PvP, although the option comes disabled by default for reasons that presumably include bugs, something that the developer has warned about in the overview for their project. Skyrim Together Reborn effectively replaces Skyrim Together, an older multiplayer mod that had to be rebuilt after it was discovered that it was using code from Skyrim Script Extender without permission. Skyrim Together Reborn doesn’t support Skyrim versions prior to Special Edition 1.6, nor Skyrim VR or the Game Pass version. Users are also advised not to run other mods alongside it to ensure a more stable experience.
We are not a game development studio. We do not have any resources, our team mostly consists of students, we do all of this in our free time, and we do not take any donations. Turning a single-player game into a multiplayer game is also far from ideal. The Together Team adds multiplayer to Bethesda games. Currently, we only have a full release for Skyrim (Skyrim Together Reborn), but Fallout Together, which adds multiplayer to Fallout 4, is well on its way.
All things considered, you should manage your expectations before jumping into one of our mods. Our mods are not perfect. They will occasionally crash, some quests will break, there will be bugs. This is not fixable. This is just the reality of making a multiplayer mod instead of having a massive studio like Bethesda make a multiplayer game. Still, it is playable and it is a lot of fun.
Source: Tilted Online