The extensive and professional nature of this fan-built project is just as impressive as the transformation the developers have made out of this almost five-year-old game, creating a stunningly diverse world with the game engine.
Enderal is a gaming masterpiece, and proves that even huge projects can be a success if there is a passionate, talented and engaged community behind it.
Old Skyrim scores and mods remain completely untouched because Enderal creates a backup of the game.
The standard version of Skyrim is immediately playable again once the Enderal mod has been uninstalled.
Enderal is self-described as a more psychological and dark story with believable characters. The fact that the authors of Enderal are serious about the story is demonstrated by the extensive books that make up the background stories of the world of Enderal and its inhabitants.
As such, it strikes the same chord as The Witcher 3 as well as the hit TV show Game of Thrones and its book version “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R. And to help immerse gamers even further in the Enderal world, all of the dialogue has been professionally set to music.
Next, there's Doom VFR, arriving 1st December on PSVR and HTC Vive.
First up there's Skyrim VR, slated for a 17th November release on PSVR.
This feat is mainly down to the active modding community, which constantly releases new Skyrim mods that keep the fifth edition of the Elder Scrolls series alive; from the small mods that introduce updated armor sets and new companions and quest series—even making the graphics sharper and crisper with new textures—to complete overhauls, as with the recently released Enderal Skyrim mod.
This mod retains nothing from the original Skyrim except for the gameplay engine.
Our Ian Higton tried Fallout VR at E3 last year, but he found the bare bones demo underwhelming.
"While it worked well enough as a quick experience, it was not on a par with other VR demos I've tried, and it did leave me wondering if, and how, Bethesda will be able to tailor the full Fallout 4 experience to the Vive," he wrote at the time.