Fan enlarges Skyrims towns with a mod thats three years in the

first_imgAs you can see from the videos above, each of these towns has been painstakingly redone, with new interiors, elongated buildings, and even new books in the towns’ libraries which were written by the modder. There are also a number of smaller new settlements which have been added to the game.The modder does advise those who want to try the mod to do so by starting a brand-new game after installing it. Holds is a whopping 4GB and could cause unforeseen glitches and bugs with game saves from existing playthroughs that now have to take all of the altered locations into account. It’s best to avoid that altogether by just starting from scratch.You can try out the mod yourself by visiting NexusMods. Despite having a massive open world with countless locations for players to explore, even the most hardcore Skyrim junkie will admit that the game’s various towns are a bit on the skimpy side. Thanks to a fan-created mod called Holds: The City Overhaul, some of Skyrim‘s most notable settlements have been given a drastic overhaul that has enlarged and expanded them to a point where they are essentially brand new areas.This mod took creator Galandil over three years to develop. Since November 2012, he has dedicated at least two hours of each day to working on it. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion had the “better cities” mod, and Galandil expected Skyrim to get a similar one as well. After waiting a year since Skyrim was originally launched, he decided to take matters into his own hands and got to work on this endeavor.AdChoices广告last_img read more