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Hello new to Modding and new to Skyrim VR!

Just downloaded it on Steam and looks awesome to play with Mods.

I have never modded anything before with Nexus but have watched a few videos so  far on Youtube.

So I keep reading that I can use Nexus Mods with Vortex or Mod Organizer 2.

I was only going to try 1 mod out at a time until I learn how this stuff works then add more over time so the first one I read about is called VRIK.

As a new modder does it matter if I use Vortex or MO2 if I am only starting with 1 mod?


PC specs

Windows 11 Home

 Intel® Core™ i7-12700KF 8P+4EC/20T 3.6-5.0 GHz 25MB Cache

NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3070 Ti 8G GDDR6X

GDDR6X Memory (GB) 16GB DDR5 (2 x 8GB) 4800 MHz

Power 750w

Virtual Desktop/ Quest 2

Any reccommendations are greatly appreciated!



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  • 3 weeks later...

A bit late to the party, but for what's it worth...

I personally use Vortex, works well for me.     Though I use Valve Index.  Skyrim VR is essentially a version of Skyrim SE, so most SE mods will work for it.    But if a given mod has a VR version in its files, use that.

You definitely should get the basics first: SKSEVR, AddressLibrary VRSkyrim VR Tools, likely PapyrusUtil VR (in the misc files),  SkyUI VR, and so on.   

One thing to keep in mind - Skyrim VR does not support 'light' mods, so you are limited to a total of 250 mods.   You can install and use light mods, but they will each use up a slot.    Although supposedly, this mod fixes that.

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