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Skyrim fans don't need much encouragement to chase dragons down, but getting multiplayer support is a real good reason to get back on the bandwagon.
Skyrim in co-op is possible thanks to a new mod called Skyrim Together, which has been in development for a few years. The first stable version of the mod is due out before the end of the year, and over the weekend the developers showed off some gameplay.
It's pretty much what Skyrim fans have been begging for: the ability to play Skyrim with friends. The mod works by connecting players to a master server, after which points players can join "shards" (lobbies within that master server).
The devs have confirmed they will make an API after release to further ensure that mods can work in correlation with Skyrim Together, although as it stands "there is a very high chance" that mods made with the current creation kit will work with the co-op mod.