Hi all. It's been rather usual on the wiki, but anyway, here's the update for the week.
*It was officially announced that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be coming to Nintendo Switch later this year. This operating system is a type of gaming tablet, and so Skyrim will be the first Elder Scrolls, besides the Travels games, to be on such a device. Here is a blog by the administrator Flightmare wrote on the matter:
*Unfortunately, Pete Hines has said that no other Elder Scrolls games will be remastered. Luckily, the fan-made reboots of Morrowind and Oblivion (tesrenewal.com) are still in operation. Here's what Pete Hines said: pcgamer.com/bethesda-says-skyrim-remaster-is-a-one-off-for-the-elder-scrolls-series
*The good news is that the creators of Skyrim Script Extender have announced that they are aiming for a beta release of the "SKSE64" for the Skyrim Special Edition in Mid-march. The Special Edition is 64-bit, which allows for mods to utilize a lot more memory. Expect to see some more advanced mods:
*The PS4 just received the 1.3 patch for Skyrim Special Edition. It had already come out for the PC, and will come out on Xbox One soon. Here's what it adds:
*Administrators and Forum Moderators can now fully edit any post on discussions. If a message is edited by staff, a message will appear on the bottom of the post saying "Edited by Administrators." Staff can now also edit posts older than 24 hours. This will be helpful for us staff so that good posts with one flaw can stay up/won't be deleted.
*Wikia has released a blog defending their "evolution" over time from a wiki farm to a collection of fan-related content in general. There's a mixed opinion about the issue in general. You can read about it below: community.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Brandon_Rhea/Why_Fandom_Evolves:_A_Look_Ahead_in_2017
That's it for now. Happy Discussing!