Ok this is starting to tick me off. I've looked all over my computer trying to find where Skyrim is installed at so I can start working in the toolset.
Can someone please, for the love of god, tell me when the hell Skyrim is installed at?
If you installed from Steam, it should be in your steamapps folder.
For 64-bit Windows:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim
Or for 32-bit Windows:
I believe retail versions install like any other game. Buried somewhere in the Program Files directory.
I installed from a CD but it installed through Steam for some weird reason.
I've looked through the Skyrim folder. Where the hell is the toolset. Its not in the Skyrim folder.
If you're talking about the Creation Kit, it's not out yet that I know of. When it is, it should show up under the "Tools" section of your Steam Library.
The game is already out, so the toolset is also out.
They did not release the Construction Kit with the game. It was announced about a month ago that they would be releasing the construction kit sometime in January; which, by no coincident, happens to be this month.
Also, all versions of Skyrim are maintained and handled through your steam account, it's their choice of DRM, and in this humble forum-goers opinion, the most user-friendly.
The Elder Scrolls games always have the toolset come with the game.
And as Madcat and Lightsfury have tried to tell you - The toolset (Construction Kit) was not released with the game. They said they would launch it this month. So until Skyrim, yes every Elder Scrolls game has the toolset with the game - Not Skyrim though.
The reason it probably didn't come with the game was to add support for SteamWorks.
Lead Developer, Curse Client
Well thats lame. So I bought the game for nothing since I can't even mod.
While modding is, with many good arguments, the biggest part of any Elder Scrolls game, the vanilla game itself is plenty good and you should definitely give it a go-through. Besides, it will be coming out. Rumors and here-say of steamworks support and integrated mod-sharing are probably what's taking most of the time. Just hold on, and it'll be here soon.
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