This article will tell the story of a man who wants to play Skyrim without all that bothersome reading. In addition, this article will voice the opinion of those who have been playing Skyrim since its release and share with you what changes they were most excited about as well as provide detailed information regarding some of the new features Skyrim Special Edition has to offer.
First off, great news: Bethesda managed to get the original voice actors back for Skyrim Special Edition and recorded over 1000 lines of dialogue! The bad news is that they didn’t use any of it. They’re stored on your hard drive just in case you would like to listen to them, but the game won’t use them.
With the original voice actors gone, there’s not much left to talk about (at least that’s what they want you to think). What Bethesda did decide to do was get rid of all of the bugs and glitches that were in the original game. This includes making quests actually work like they’re supposed to work (this also includes the Thieves Guild questline, that was broken in the original game).
This is just scratching the surface of Skyrim Special Edition’s new features. If you’re interested to find out more, I highly recommend you go pick up a copy. You won’t regret it!
Install a new font on your computer
To install a new font, you’ll need to have administrator privileges. This is because Windows doesn’t allow users to change fonts unless the user has administrator privileges. If you don’t have administrator privileges, there are several things you can do:
1) Log into an account with administrator priviledges (Easy),
2) Change the account you’re currently using to an account with administrator priviledges (Medium), or
3) Change your computer’s local security settings so that you can install new fonts without being logged on as an administrator. This procedure is beyond the scope of this article, so please refer to Microsoft’s documentation for instructions on how to do this.
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If you installed a new font, but Windows still isn’t using it, you may need to restart your computer.
Once your computer has been restarted and you’ve logged back in as the same user, open up Steam and navigate to Skyrim Special Edition’s store page. Click on “View” in the top right corner of the screen and select “Downloadable Content” from the drop-down menu. Check to make sure that a check mark appears next to the new font file you’ve just downloaded, then close your web browser and return to Skyrim Special Edition’s title screen on Steam.
In the bottom right corner of your screen, there should be an icon which represents Steam’s in-game overlay. Click on it and press the “Enter” key to enable the Steam overlay. Once you’ve done this, click on the xbox button in the bottom left corner of your screen and select “Big Picture Mode.”
The Big Picture mode interface is divided into three sections:
1) Controls – This section allows you to manage your game’s controls (if you haven’t already done so by this point, I highly recommend that you do).
2) System Menu – This section allows you to manage your system’s settings. If Skyrim Special Edition isn’t working properly, it may be because one of your computer’s configuration files is either missing or incorrectly set up. You’ll want to use the System Menu to figure out what’s wrong and fix it.
3) Library – This section allows you to install new games, manage your existing games, and set up automated downloads. Unfortunately, this is where we have a problem: You can’t download any mods from here unless you’re already logged into Steam on a computer that also has Skyrim installed.
In order to download any mods, you’ll have to launch Skyrim from Steam’s Big Picture Mode interface. I know it sounds a bit convoluted, but that’s just the way things are right now.
Once you’ve launched Skyrim from Steam’s Big Picture Mode interface and navigated to Skyrim Special Edition’s store page, all you have to do is follow the above “Installation” steps (the check mark should appear next to your new font when you attempt to install it).