The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Summary
Never put it past the modding community to beat a developer at their own game. While we're already aware of the plethora of problems plaguing players of Skyrim: Special Edition: from the noticeable dip in audio quality to the frequent crashes and quest bugs, there's already a modding team hard to work on fixing the issues before Bethesda do the work themselves.
With just over a week to go until many revisit Skyrim for hundreds of hours, Bethesda has lifted the lid on when we can expect our copies of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition to unlock for our amusement.
As early as Skyrim launched on PC, fans took it upon themselves to use the game's fancy engine magic to craft the RPG they really wanted - a prettier looking version of its prequels Oblivion and Morrowind.
It's easy to see why modders still work out new designs and creations for the world of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim so many years after it's. There's a wealth of new and emerging content to go through, but we're putting the highlight on two recent releases in particular. One allows you to bring Alice through the looking glass and into Skyrim and the other is a toolset that allows you to create your very own animated scenes for the game.