'Skyblivion' Update Reveals Steel Armor Rework

Skyblivion is an incredible fan-project that brings the glory that was Oblivion into the more updated world found in Skyrim. Though we still don't have a release date at this time, the creative team behind this mod project do continue to share updates on a frequent basis to keep fans tuned-in to what is going on with the current project. Their latest sneak peek gives us a look at the rework done to the game's Steel Armor.

In other news, did you know that the team behind Skyblivion is now hiring! They are currently looking for a texture artist that would also be willing to play test. The requirements? All applicants must have experience with Substance Designer, Substance Painter, Photoshop, and Quixel.

It's a fantastic way to add to that portfolio and be a part of something fantastic, a project that has been under intense hopeful scrutiny since it was first unveiled. Every update has been breathtaking and Elder Scrolls fans can't wait to get their hands on it themselves.

The progress made so far on this project is breathtaking and makes us even more excited for the full launch of the Skyblivion mod that has yet to receive a set in stone release date. To learn more about the project and how hard these volunteers are working, you can check out their official site here.

"Skyblivion is a volunteer-based project by the TESRenewal modding group. We aim to bring the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to a new generation of gamers and re-introduce it to long time fans of the series. We are currently in the process of porting and rebuilding Cyrodiil along with all of its quests, locations and characters into Skyrim and Skyrim: Special Edition.

Upon release, our mod will be completely modular which means that the player will be able to choose what components he/she wants to have installed. This includes all enhancements developed by the team such as our Landscaping Overhaul, Interior Overhaul, City Overhaul, Weapon/Armor Overhaul and much more."

This project be completely free for players to use but having both Oblivion and Skyrim are required in order to play.


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