ES5 Skyrim Remaster and DLC Question

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  1. Skeet1983
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    I read on IGN that the Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim Remaster on PC is free if you have all of the DLC. Does anyone know what DLC is needed? I have the following:

    - Dawnguard
    - Dragonborn

    Am only missing Hearthfire DLC as far as I know. Are those 3 all that are needed for the free Skyrim Remaster upgrade? Thoughts/help appreciated :)
     
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    you need hearthfire too, all dlc means all three, don't think the texturepack counts
     
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    Ok, just wanted clarification. Thanks for info :)

    Side question: Do you know if Mods and Skyrim Script Extender are supported in Skyrim Remaster?
     
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    no idea, i hope there are few incompatabilities.. because i have like ~100 mods tha ti don't want broken
     
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    *Glass breaking noise* "Skyrim: Remastered has encountered an error and could not continue"
     
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    I would recommend buying Hearthfire quickly so that you don't have to pay the full $60 for the remaster later. It's $3.74 on Steam right now. So $3.74 vs. full $60 later :D

    As for mod compatiblity, I believe I heard Bethesda say somewhere that most mods will work with Skyrim: Special Edition. I sure hope so! That 64-bit client will be awesome for truly expanding the number of mods we can install! No 255-mod limits!