Skyrim Special Edition Oblivion Remaster Mod Skyblivion New Screenshots Showcase Several Ported Regions

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion has yet to receive a proper remaster, but those who wish to experience the game again in a new way will be able to do so in the future thanks to the Skyrim Special Edition Skyblivion mod.

A few hours ago, a new batch of screenshots has been released for the mod, showcasing areas that have already been ported to Skyrim, such as Blackwood, Gold Coast and The Imperial City. You can check out the screenshots below.

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Skyrim Special Edition Skyblivion mod is setting out to be a huge project, with the team aiming to also include the game’s DLC.

Here is a list of whats new: Armors, weapons and shields are in-game, NPC’s have been manually created, new textures have been made by Anvil Citizen for the Imperial City and some clutter, flora has been replaced with custom models by 3AMt and the first creature is in-game courtesy of Aerisarn, a video of which can by found on my channel. Furthermore we have our first quests and voiced dialogue thanks to Ormin and Zilav
From here on out progress will be faster and updates more frequent. Though there is still allot of work left a release date is coming closer and closer.

A release date for the Skyblivion mod has yet to be confirmed. We will keep you updated on the mod as soon as possible, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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