A new Skyrim stands for new upgrades — we have fishing, all kinds of new equipment, new quests and, as you can expect, some software adjustments. It s nothing too extended, just a little something special to accelerate some processes. If you run without mods, you should not have too many problems. But you will not do it, do not you? It s Skyrim, after all.
It turns out that some mods relied on the processes upgraded by Bethesda. Now they are too fast and some of these mods are not designed to handle this kind of speed. The end result is a black screen — the music always plays, but none of the usual tips is able to bring things back to a playable state. You are blocked and have to restart.
A leading model author published an article on Reddit to warn people of the problem and described the technical aspect of things — at least with regard to his own follower mod Lucien : I realized that this who was going on is that the script turned faster than it was. That meant that when the player loaded the game, the Iñigo ESP [for reference: Iñigo Is Another Follower Mod That Lucien Can Interact With] was detected, then the game tried to grab his reference to put it in the a.k.a. However, as the script turned so fast, the reference of Iñigo had not had time to load, so the script tried to fill the alias with a null, causing a crash.
The solution proposed by this mode was to add a delay to this process, giving the game the time to catch up with its own speed before loading everything.
If you meet plants like this, Gamer recommends avoiding all the heavy mods of scripts — at least until their respective authors recognize the problem and correct a fix. The fixed hotfix seems relatively simple, so if the author of the mod is always active, it should not take too much time before everything is operational until then. But in the meantime, go slowly and regularly — I know that the desire to change Skyrim until it breaks is tempting, but you do not want destruction to be so easy, is it not ? Give it time and carefully read the descriptions of the mods.