Mod articles

  • State of STEP - August 2016

    Hello again, everyone!

    Our second release of the State of STEP article is out! These articles are our way to stay more connected with our own community, as well as, the modding community as a whole. They are to inform the community what we're up to between releases, relay are community related news, and feature a few mods that we (the staff) use which aren't included in STEP, but work well on top of STEP:Core/Extended. You can find the article topic at the link below.

    State of STEP - August 2016

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  • State of STEP - February 2017

    A new State of STEP article is out and there is some big news this time! You don't want to miss reading this one!

    These articles are our way to stay more connected with our own community, as well as, the modding community as a whole. They are to inform the community what we're up to between releases, relay are community related news, and feature a few mods which aren't included in STEP, but work well on top of STEP:Core/Extended. You can find the article topic at the link below.

    State of STEP - February 2017...

  • State of STEP - April 2016

    Hello everyone!

    In an effort to stay more connected with ours and the modding community, STEP will be releasing
    periodical "State of STEP" articles. These articles are to inform the community what we're up to between releases, relay are community related news, and feature a few mods that we (the staff) use which aren't included in STEP, but work well on top of STEP:Core/Extended. You can find the article on our wiki at the link below.

    We're also looking for feedback! What would you like to see in the article? What did you like about it? What didn't you like? Well thought and informative feedback is the most constructive so that we may improve upon the articles over time. You may provide feedback here: http://forum.step-projec...

  • The New STEP

    S.T.E.P: The New Direction
    A Brief History
    ... well, maybe not that brief ... but relevant ;)

    A lot of people may be under the impression that STEP is stagnating, since it is not continuously updating its mod list or imposing overly-stringent restrictions on new mod additions. Although, these trends are accurate, the reasons behind them may not be clear; therefore, we are presenting this article to inform the Skyrim modding community about where the project is heading and some of the challenges that we have been tackling in getting there.

    First and foremost, STEP is a modding methodology. It began with TheCompiler as a PDF guide on the Nexus and has since been presented in the form of guide with a wiki and forum structure wrapped around it. STEP has hi...

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