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The official download page for NMM Community Edition. Nexus Mod Manager is dead, long live to NMM CE!
Developed by the same person but with the help of the NMM community.
Is it better than <Insert Manager Name Here> ? Only if you want it to.
Why should I use it instead of <Insert Manager Name Here> ? To make kittens happy

Permissions and credits

What is NMM Community Edition?

NMM Community Edition is an evolution of the old Nexus Mod Manager, it is still being developed
by the same person (and by Squid-box), with the help and support of the NMM community.
NMM Community Edition is in no way developed, endorsed or supported by Nexus Mods.


I used to be an avid gamer and I kept using NMM on a weekly basis to mod my games, when work
started getting in the way of my hobbies I really couldn't find the time (and I couldn't be assed) to
learn a new mod manager. So I started fixing and adding new game modes/functionalities just for
personal use and in my spare time. I noticed that a LOT of people were still downloading the updates
I was releasing on GitHub, so I asked myself, why not?

I don't like using the other Mod Managers, I think it's like OS's:
- you have the incredibly powerful one, but it requires time and dedication
- you have the fancy one, where you're free to do whatever they want you to do
- and then there's the one, simple, nice, that allows you to do what you want to... sometimes even
allowing you to destroy your game installation...

Why should I choose NMM CE?

If you're using the old Nexus Mod Manager then you should really update to NMM CE, what you're using is
incredibly outdated and no longer supported by anyone.
If you're using another mod manager then just try NMM CE if you don't like the current one,
or maybe if NMM CE supports a game the other manager doesn't.

Just keep in mind that NMM CE is not compatible with other mod managers, so if you care about
your current mod install setup for a specific game avoid switching mod managers or just be ready to start
from scratch

NMM CE is not dead, I keep adding/fixing stuff based on the feedback provided by its users on Github but mainly
on our Discord server.

Support the NMM CE Development

If you want to support the NMM Community Edition development please feel free to make a donation on:

Your contribution will allow me to dedicate my full time working on it:
- bringing back the "virtual-less" installation method
- fixing and streamlining the current virtual method (more control over
file links, manage file conflicts on a file by file basis, handle
"rogue" files)
- seamless game scan
- overhauling the user interface (graphically and functionally)
- ENB management
- adding new game modes

...and many more features for which the community will always be able to vote on what to prioritize!

Help and feedback

Should you need help or support with your NMM CE setup, or you just want to chat about it, then please
go ahead and join our Discord server: Official NMM Community Edition Discord server when joining keep in
mind that trolls and idiots are banned with no prior warning.

If you want to report an issue or provide feeback but you don't want to join a Discord server you can use
our GiHub page: NMM Community Edition GitHub issue tracker

Supported Games

NMM Community Edition currently supports 30+ games, even recent ones like Baldur's Gate 3.
Anywhere you see the 'Download with manager' button on NexusMods, NMM CE can handle that too (check the supported list below)!

  • Skyrim LE, Skyrim SE, Skyrim VR
  • Fallout 4, Fallout 4 VR
  • Fallout NV
  • Fallout 3
  • Oblivion
  • Morrowind
  • Starfield
  • Baldur's Gate 3
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Witcher 3
  • Witcher 2
  • Monster Hunter World
  • No Man's Sky
  • Mount&Blade 2: Bannerload
  • Subnautica
  • Subnautica: Below Zero
  • Enderal, Enderal SE
  • The Sims 4
  • World of Tanks
  • Stardew Valley
  • XCOM 2
  • Dragon Age: Origins
  • Dragon Age 2
  • Legends of Grimrock
  • Dragons' Dogma
  • Starbound
  • State of Decay
  • War Thunder
  • The Elder Scrolls Online
  • X: Rebirth

For Developers

The source code is available on GitHub.