Beyond Skyrim: Bruma Mod Set To Be Playable On July 1st
(Last Updated On: June 7, 2017)

While fans patiently wait for the SKSE 64-bit team to finish up work on the project, a new mod should give Skyrim fans something to do come July 1st. The new mod is called Beyond Skyrim: Bruma and includes the Cyrodiil region, and there’s a new trailer showing the mod off in its present state. Bethesda’s Skyrim is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

According to the devs behind the upcoming mod entitled Beyond Skyrim: Bruma, the mod arrives as the first part of Beyond Skyrim: Cyrodiil, which will launch on July 1st, 2017. Instead of rambling on about new features that the mod hones — and the mod contains a bevy amount of stuff — you can instead watch the trailer for yourself. The video trailer comes in thanks to Beyond Skyrim YouTube channel.

The mod that is set to come out next month, or to be exact 24 days as of this writing, contains a fistful of content that will take a long time to list in full, but I’ll try to note the most important features that Beyond Skyrim: Bruma has to offer gamers. For starters, the mod’s new region is 1.5x bigger in size compared to the Dragonborn DLC, meaning that there will be a lot to do when the release date rolls around.

Dialogue in the mod stretches across 24,000 lines that arrive fully voiced, meaning that there will be a lot of talking and explaining going on. If all of the above sounds like music to your ears, the mod sports an original track of music that spans over three hours in length.

Lastly, as one would expect, the mod features brand new quests and storylines to explore. If this mod sounds like something of interest more information can be found by heading on over to beyondskyrim.org, which Skyrim itself is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.


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  • tajlund

    I love this project and the Skywind and Skyblivion projects. I”ve tried dozens of times to play Morrowind all the way through. I know it’s a great game, but I just hit a wall with the bad controls and horrible models. I’ve tried modding the hell out of it, but it always falls just short of playable.

  • Rodney Stark

    how do you sign up for the beta?

  • Rodney Stark

    Is the game pc only or are they coming to consoles also?