After years of development, the time has finally come: In Krze it seems Skyrim: Together the light of the world. The multiplayer mod for The Elder Scrolls 5 then launches in a closed beta phase.
Proponents of the Patreon program should be able to participate in this temporary stress test. Shortly thereafter, creators plan to open the beta for all interested players.
Beta with limited resources
Beta is for testing the stability of the server architecture and for removing multiple bugs. As a result, some features will be disabled, including NPCs, items, fractions, and object synchronization.
So far it is not clear when the two beta phases should begin. It is certain that, for now, up to eight players can be found on each server.
By the way, here's how Skyrim: Together looks like: