Will you take a bit of Skyrim for the 1001st time before The Elder Scrolls 6? That’s good because the game is back and not as you think.
The indestructible The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which was released almost everywhere except perhaps on connected fridges, is back again. To play a bad trick?
Skyrim invites itself into Halo Infinity
After releasing a “million” different versions of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, Bethesda still found a way to bring the Anniversary Edition back to Nintendo Switch. But is it really, really over? Maybe on the publisher’s side but the players are not letting go.
For the past few weeks, we’ve had a co-op mod, one to play with Henry Cavill (The Witcher), and the Dawnstar remake under Unreal Engine 5, the game is still not dead. Overdose for some, total happiness for others, Skyrim is still reinvented… via Halo Infinity. Even Bethesda must not have thought of this idea!
A map creator for the Forge modeHalo Infinite, Bullet2thehead9, has recreated a city from Skyrim: Capital Whiterun. A smaller scale version made with all the tools of the game. The result can be seen in the video below, but above all, it’s in free access. To do this, just go at this address and download the map.
Forge modeHalo Infinite allows you to create your own original levels, or in this case, to reproduce existing things.