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The Elder Scrolls Forge: Texture & Lighting for Skyrim

Welcome to The Elder Scrolls Forge! An ongoing, episodic feature that showcases the coolest mods for The Elder Scrolls Anthology.

As many of you have probably heard, Bethesda recently announced The Elder Scrolls: Anthology, available September 10th. Community created content is synonymous with Bethesda's fantasy role-playing franchise, so we figured that now would be the perfect time to showcase some awesome mods in an on-going feature entitled "The Forge". Each feature will showcase a different type of mods for a specific Elder Scrolls title, so if you don't see a beloved mod featured then fret not, there will definitely be multiple installments for each criteria. If you're interested in obtaining any mod, simply click on its title to be taken to the Nexus Community page where you can snag yourself a download. So without further ado, let's get started with Texture & Lighting mods for Skyrim! 

 

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KnightDriver

09/06/2013 at 04:41 PM

This is an awesome feature! I want to see screen shots of all of the Skyrim mods. They are the most powerful argument for me to get back into PC gaming. Improved water, depth of field, sharpness, how cool is it to take a great game and make it look even better? That Bleak ENB mod makes Skyrim look like a Souls game. I love it!

Justin Matkowski Graphic Designer

09/06/2013 at 05:27 PM

Thank you - Glad you enjoyed the feature! I am also a big fan of BLEAK ENB, and I never made that connection - it does give it a very Dark Souls feel. I'm always on the lookout for cool mods, and now this ongoing feature gives me even more of a reason :) 

Thanks for commenting, and definitely keep your eyes peeled for future episodes!

KnightDriver

09/07/2013 at 02:27 AM

Cool. These mods are really interesting.

KnightDriver

09/14/2013 at 04:13 PM

Couldn't help but look at these again. BLEAK ENB! Love that look.

Justin Matkowski Graphic Designer

09/17/2013 at 03:03 PM

Glad you checked them out again! And I agree, that BLEAK ENB is just too bad-ass for words!!

KnightDriver

09/17/2013 at 03:12 PM

I was in a Santuary dungeon in Oblivion the other day and it looked quite goth. Everything was almost monochrome and gloomy. I was surrounded with smooth walls and grotesque depressions full of holes for spikes and gas emitting plugs in the floor. Not as wickedly Gothic as Bleak ENB for Skyrim, but still... Elder Scrolls games have some naturally occuring Sturm und Drang I'm finding.

Justin Matkowski Graphic Designer

09/18/2013 at 07:20 PM

Elder Scrolls games definitely do have their Gothic moments, especially the Soul Cairn in the Dawnguard DLC - I explored that place for hours! I would definitely like to see more realm exploration going forward in TES.

And there will definitely be some cool stuff being featured for Oblivion in The Elder Scrolls Forge soon Cool

KnightDriver

09/19/2013 at 02:45 AM

Cool. I want to see more screen shots from mods.

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