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Legacy of the Dragonborn

One of Skyrim's biggest mods promises to bring players back to Oblivion

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is certainly one of the most significant and played games of the past decade, published in the now distant 2011, and republished again and again for all possible and imaginable platforms, it is ...

Skyrim and Breath of the Wild meet, thanks to a mod

The fifth chapter of Elder Scrolls will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the most "modd" titles of all time (although probably the absolute primacy remains at GTA San Andreas). Incredible also as Skyrim ...
Middle Earth - Skyrim

Middle Earth - Path of the Hobbit, the mod for Skyrim that brings you ...

Almost 10 years have passed since the release of the RPG in a fantasy key The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but fans of the saga developed by Bethesda do not show signs of ending the creation of mods that change, ...
Legacy of the Dragonborn

Skyrim, published by a modder Legacy of the Dragonborn DLC

Modder "icecreamassassin" has released a new version of Legacy of the Dragonborn for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It is a real DLC, the size of 2 GB and adds ...
Skyrim

Skyrim, new mod for texture in 8K

The modder "winedave" has published a texture pack at 8K for Skyrim. Skyrim has always been one of the titles where the modder community is more active and this last pack is yet another proof. The...
Skyblivion

Skyrim - the mod skyblivion shows itself in the trailer

Skyblivion, the fan made project to bring Oblivion to modern times within Skyrim is about to reach its completion. If you remember, not too long ago we heard about an alleged mod ...

Skyrim's grandmother is reality

That making youtuber nowadays is almost a foregone conclusion is clear, but for Shirley Curry, Skyrim's grandmother, 82 years, no. Let's go back a bit in the right time to refresh a ...

Do not you want more remaster versions of Skyrim? Then stop buying it

During the EXESUMX conference in Bethesda this year, The Elder Scrolls editor made a joke about the multitude of portions of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim that appear to be announced each year. Since its release ...

Biomutant: the release remains confirmed for 2020

Experiment 101, software house responsible for the development of Biomutant, has confirmed that the launch of the game is still scheduled for 2020, although not ...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt more beautiful than ever on Switch ...

CD Projekt Red has released the long awaited new patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt –Complete Edition for Nintendo Switch, improving the title ...

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