Modders have taken to both NexusMods and Bethesda.net to produce new mods for Skyrim. These mods bring “True 3D Sounds”, a new quest, 3D stables and a smoother interface to the RPG. Bethesda’s Skyrim is out now for Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The first mod comes in by CptYouaredead and Kosumosu. This mod is for headphones and offers 3D spatial sounds. If you really want to immerse yourself in your modded world of Skyrim this mod may help you out. You can watch or listen to a video that Roman Kosmos uploaded for the mod.
The mod by VzRedemption, known as Voyage to the Dreamborne Isles, brings a new quest for players to discover. The modder notes that there are powerful loot stashed in hidden places, more locations to explore that are interconnected in a logical dream world, and difficult enemies to face in a maze-like realm.
The video below showing the mod comes in by YouTuber Ultimate Immersion.
The mod offers fully voiced NPCs, and features music to go along with the bevy content provided. You can get this mod by heading on over to NexusMods.
Although the next mod on this list is purely cosmetic and will not have any impact on gameplay, if you do enjoy playing games with a smoother interface, then this mod may be for you. Modder ModdyMC updated the older mod “60fps Interface Mod” to speed up the interface time to appear, and upgraded the quality.
You can get this mod by hitting up NexusMods.
The last mod on this list comes in by modder Renthal311. In a quick summary this mod offers 3D stables… and that’s basically it. However this mod should please folks who are into rich or detailed textures, which can be seen in Renthal311‘s video.
You can download this mod now by going over to NexusMods.
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