We now know that you can still make a lot out of Skyrim even after more than 10 years. Whether it’s over 1,000 mods mak ing it feel like a brand new RPG, or the biggest Skyrim mod ever that makes all of Tamriel walkable for us. But sometimes you are still surprised.
Well-known graphics modder Digital Dreams has once again taken Skyrim and created an impressive map inspired by Cyberpunk 2077. This makes Skyrim unrecognizable.
Cyberpunk meets Skyrim
In his video he shows a fully walkable city in Skyrim that is reminiscent of Night City – but also very similar to Deus Ex. Numerous buildings, roads and even NPCs can be seen in the showcase, which are only reminiscent of the original Skyrim with a lot of imagination:
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Sure, it doesn’t come close to the level of detail of a Cyberpunk 2077 – the streets look a bit empty in comparison at one corner or the other. But the assets shown give an idea of what would still be possible with this mod in the old Skyrim engine. Most impressive is that this Level fully playable
Among other things, the Elysium-Modliste, which tackles the general graphics framework of Skyrim. But of course it only runs on the appropriate hardware. The following components were used for the video:
- Mainboard: Asus Prime x470-Pro
- CPU: Ryzen 9 3900x
- RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32Gb
- GPU: ASUS TUF RTX 3090
- SSD: Crucial mx500 2TB
In the past, the modder has already helped Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Witcher 3 and Skyrim to achieve grandiose high-end graphics. That’s why we sat down with the Europe-speaking graphics expert and talked about how his impressive videos are created:
Skyrim and Witcher super realistic: this is how this YouTuber cranks up old graphics
If you are interested in even more impressive mods, then we recommend you take a look at our big report on the most comprehensive Skyrim mod of all time:
This mod is seven times the size of a Bethesda game
What do you think about the result? Impressive or too old-fashioned graphic framework? What mods have you tried in Skyrim? Tell us in the comments!