So, you must obviously be tired of waiting for the next area to load in Skyrim Special Edition. Thankfully, there’s a neat trick around that and we will show you exactly what you need to do to prevent any loading screens while going from one place to another in Skyrim Special Edition.
How to bypass loading screens in Skyrim Special Edition
Welcome to the Open Cities for Skyrim mod. This mod lets you travel freely between the cities of Skyrim with no loading screens. The gates just open on up. It affects all cities. WARNING – For anyone that tries this mod save beforehand. If you uninstall this, a lot of NPCs that were removed from the city area to place in the world itself REMAIN in the world itself, behind the closed doors. They are now in the open world so will not be in the city areas.
The problem with this mod is, there is usually someone waiting for you at Riften, shortly after you entered, though with this mod he simply doesn’t exist. Also, we’re pretty sure the game can’t really tell if you are in a city or not and some events that usually happen upon entering a city won’t happen anymore.
Skyrim Special Edition, brings the epic fantasy to life in stunning, remastered detail , with all the official add-ons included. Skyrim Special Edition released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 28th, 2016, and supports full PC Mods on the console. Let’s be honest, the modding scene is awesome. If you have never tried it before, you just don’t know what you’re missing. The PS4 version will be fun, but the PC/Xbox versions will be better. And just so you know, a lot of ideas Bethesda used for Skyrim DLC originally came from mods people made for Skyrim. So yes, mods do add much content; even on the scale of official DLC. To show the scale, some PC Skyrim installs literally have 150+ GB of mod content.