Beyond Skyrim shows off Cyrodiil, Roscrea and Atmora

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Published by FileTrekker 3 years ago , last updated 3 years ago

We've covered the Beyond Skyrim project on GameFront before, but for those who aren't aware, it's a project to bring areas from the rest of Tamriel into Skyrim, including Morrowind and Cyrodiil. The team have now released a new development diary, and it shows off some of these new areas in detail.

As you can see from the video, Roscrea, Cyrodiil, Chorrol and Skingrad, among other areas, are looking pretty well on the way and very polished. These areas will all contain brand new quests and characters, too, so the project is of a seriously massive undertaking.

There's a long, long way to go though, with the team still planning and working on areas such as Imperial City, but the progress looks amazing, and we're really excited to see what comes next.

You can keep tabs on the project on their official website.

Comments on this Article
3 years ago by Zipacna

I always get so excited for these kinds of mega-mod, but I've just been burnt by them sooooooo often.

People stop working on them, people leave and the quality goes down the drain, people fight and then an unfinished product gets released that's not worth downloading (if your mod has more bugs than the average unpatched Bethesda release, then sorry... just sorry...), people "take a break" and just forget the thing existed... or they work on it for a decade and release it, just to find that people aren't downloading it because the base game doesn't even run on the last two to three iterations of Windows OS anymore.

I hope to the gods that this one makes it, but I'm not holding my breath.

3 years ago by Lindæl

One such very impressive mod was looking to be about finished, and the team broke up, and the project was cancelled.

But then, you have Bruma, which is absolutely spectacular. And you have Enderal coming to Steam later in 2019.

Anyway, the point is that you indeed do need to keep praying to The 9 (Yes, 9). After that, it is all in Their hands. But let's not lose hope.