There are some new Skyrim Mods that are out now, offering more Elvin Armor, Witcher 3 eyes and a new Halloween outfit. There are also some new and old mods for the Xbox One and PS4 special edition that are now available. Bethesda’s Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim is out now for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One.
Modder Singlebelong brings more Elvin armor to Skyrim that adds a light armor set (for body, gloves and boots), and an Elvin Scimitar. The armor supports vanilla, CBBE and UNPB body types.
The Elvin armor doesn’t hold any enchantments or anything special, which just means that this armor adds even more variety to your wardrobe. You can get this mod by heading over to NexusMods.
Want more eyes to pick from in Skyrim? Well, modder Oaristys brings Witcher 3 eyes to Skyrim. Once downloaded the mod will provide seven Ciri eyes, one set of Yennefer eyes, seven demon eyes, five Elvin eyes, eight Geralt eye sets, 13 human eyes, and over nine “Real Witcher” eyes.
I should note that modder Oaristys did not rip the eyes from the actual TW3 game, but instead used (and gave credit) to modder CurtiSRusty who made the mod Real Witcher Eyes.
You can get the Witcher 3 Eye set for Skyrim by heading over to NexusMods.
The third mod that comes in is by modder ZzJay. If you are in a festive mood and want to spice up your wardrobe with a custom made outfit for Halloween, the new witch outfit offers up two chest pieces, boots, a hat, gloves, and four different hairstyles to match.
You can craft each of the pieces that come with the outfit under jewelry. You can get this mod by heading over to NexusMods.
This now brings us over to some of the Special Edition mods for PS4 and Xbox One. The few mods that are now available add the ability to carry more stuff, crafting all magic spells at once, and visiting an award winning location.
Uploader MicahGhost has put up a weight mod that allows console players to carry more weight. You can further investigate this mod by going over to bethesda.net.
The actual creator behind the mod The Forgotton City, ModdernStoryteller, has gone up with the award winning mod for console players to discover. The story for the mod is said to be big, and can be explored by heading over to bethesda.net.
The last mod on this list comes in by uploader T9x69, which this mod allows players to craft every magic spell in the game. More information on this mod can be found by hitting up bethesda.net.
For more information regarding how to get these mods for consoles and where to find even more, you can visit mods.bethesda.net.