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  • Wine 0.17.11 version last published 2 months, 1 week ago , last edit made 4 weeks ago

    IMPORTANT:

    - In order for Vortex to find games their directories must be added manually under "Settings > Games > Add Search Directory" and then a full scan must be run under "Games > Scan". Adding the directory Z:\home\$USER\.steam\steam\steamapps\common (where $USER is your user) will allow Vortex to see all your Steam/Steam Play games;

    KNOWN BUGS/LIMITATIONS:

    - After clicking "manage" on a discovered game an error may pop up. This error can be safely ignored;

  • Wine 0.18.6 version last published 1 month ago

    IMPORTANT:

    - In order for Vortex to find games their directories must be added manually under "Settings > Games > Add Search Directory" and then a full scan must be run under "Games > Scan". Adding the directory Z:\home\$USER\.steam\steam\steamapps\common (where $USER is your user) will allow Vortex to see all your Steam/Steam Play games;

    KNOWN BUGS/LIMITATIONS:

    - After clicking "manage" on a discovered game an error may pop up. This error can be safely ignored;

  • Wine Plug 'n Play 0.17.11 version last published 1 month ago

    Plug and play installation, everything configured out of the box for games installed for Steam Play or Lutris Winesteam. Check https://github.com/rockerbacon/lutris-skyrimse-installers for more information.

    Working Games:

    - TESV: Skyrim Special Edition
    - TESV: Skyrim
    - TESIV: Oblivion
    - Fallout 4
    - Fallout 3 - Game of the Year Edition
    - Fallout 3
    - Fallout New Vegas
    - Morrowind

    KNOWN BUGS/LIMITATIONS:

    - The game cannot be launched from within the application;

    - If a new game is installed after Vortex, it'll be unable to manage mods for that game untill the symlinks are rebuild;

    - After Vortex update 0.18.7, having the dashlets "Announcements", "News" and "Latest Mods" enabled in "Settings" can cause Vortex to go on a crash loop after a game is added

Vortex is the new, modern mod manager from Nexus Mods. It is designed to make modding your game as simple as possible for new users, while still providing enough control for more experienced veterans of the modding scene. Lead by Tannin, the creator of Mod Organizer, Vortex takes the lessons learnt during the development of MO and Nexus Mod Manager to provide the most powerful and intuitive modding experience available.

Our approach with Vortex aims to take complex tasks such as sorting your load order or managing your mod files and automates as much of the process as possible with the goal of having you achieve a stable modded game with minimal effort. We want to help you spend less time modding and more time playing your games.