As early as The Elder Scrolls V: 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.
With a total of 6 years of development time between them, both projects are coming along nicely if the below trailers are anything to go by. Not too long ago, the Skywind team - those behind the long-standing Morrowind rebuild - put out a casting call for new members looking to try their hands at anything from 3D modelling to voice acting to speed the process along. And it looks as if their efforts paid off.
Part of the larger 'TES Renewel Project', the Skywind leg of the plans has a 2 minute long October progress report posted below. Though there's still no official release date in mind, hopefully in upcoming Skyrim HD Remaster will help bridge the gap somewhat.
Let's just hope the eventual release isn't overshadowed by a new Elder Scrolls game running on a new engine. While the majority of volunteer positions are closed at the minute, there's still an open casting call for anyone who puts on a good Dunmer accent.
Who knew you could get excited by a video showcasing 'Interior Cluttering'. Other than hoarders, anyway. Want to see how Oblivion looks in the Skyrim engine? Click over here.