Skyblivion New Teaser Trailer Out Now, Showcasing Cyrodiil Remade in Skyrim; End Almost in Sight


Skyblivion modders from the TESRenewal group have released a brand new teaser trailer for their long-awaited project, showcasing Cyrodiil, the location of Oblivion, remade in Skyrim.

According to the modders, Skyblivion is finally resembling a proper game, though there's still some work to be done before it can be released. Still, the launch shouldn't be too far off now.

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We have been hard at work these past few years and recently a lot of that work has fallen into place, finally shaping up to what we can call a proper video game.
We are super excited to see all our hard work pay off. More importantly, though, we are excited to show those who have supported us all this time what it has been for. It’s been a long ride with Skyblivion but we are finally at a point where the end is almost in sight.
We still need help with the project though, mostly in the 3D and coding departments but concept artists, CK modders and texture artists are always a welcome sight.

Our exterior world map is nearing its final stages of development meaning its close to being completed. Creatures, flora, weapons, armors and 3D assets in general are being implemented and produced at a rapid pace and as a result, the world is starting to feel alive. The world is now inhabited by wild animals walking about and monsters trying to kill you at every corner.
Quests have also made some great progress, though a lot of debugging still needs to be done to make everything work as smoothly as possible.

If you are simply a fan of the project and you want to help please share our video where you can, you might just reach someone that will help us finish this monster of a project sooner.

Thank you for all the love and support ~Your Skyblivion Team

As a reminder, Skyblivion will be fully modular so that users may enable or disable individual components as they please. Also, Skyblivion will be free, though it's going to require the ownership of both Skyrim and Oblivion, including all the respective DLCs.

For more info, check the project's official site.