Elder Scrolls Skyrim Gets Stunning Graphics Makeover, Makes it a Completely New Game

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim goes into unprecedented visual glory.

By GamesRecon

Never fear if your PC goes bonkers again; one YouTuber has already done it with over 2000 mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, so you can finally enjoy the game with all of your favorite customization options.

Given the impending release of The Elder Scrolls VI: Skyrim and the length of time that has passed since its release in 2011, it is highly unlikely that the 2011 role-playing game will ever undergo a remake. Nevertheless, thanks to the skilled mod society Skyrim can appear to seem like it was launched recently; YouTuber Digital Dreams accomplished this effect.

The video that’s been making waves showcases Skyrim in a whole new light – imagine it running in glorious 8K with NVIDIA DLSS 3 Frame Generation, boosted by over 2000 mods. Yes, you heard that right! But before you rush to try this at home, keep in mind that not every PC setup can handle this kind of power without giving you a feel like it’s about to take off. But if your PC can handle it, you’re in for a treat that will leave Skyrim appearing spanking fresh.

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Digital Dreams also threw in PureDark’s DLSS 3 Mod, which is kind of exclusive since it’s only available on Patreon. Yes, that means shelling out some cash if you want in on that action. But here’s where it gets a bit tricky: Digital Dreams hasn’t exactly laid out all the mods they used. They’ve mentioned something about a Novilus Modlist, but apparently, there were some problems with it. So, we’re all sort of in the dark about the full 2000-mod lineup and just how they pulled off this stunning transformation.

But, technicalities aside, one thing’s crystal clear: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in 8K is a sight to behold. The game just seems like it was always meant to be seen in this ultra-high resolution. The small gameplay video that the YouTuber shared is a feast for the eyes. We’re talking graphics that’ll make your jaw drop, a user interface and menu system that got a serious glow-up, and overall, the game runs smoother than ever – it’s like seeing Skyrim through a whole new lens.