One of the most requested mods in recent times happens to be that of eliminating Bethesda’s Creation Club news. One of the latest Skyrim mods does just that, followed by three other mods that add more HUD options. Skyrim is out now for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and Xbox One.
Just like its Fallout 4 counterpart comes the “No Creation Club News” mod by Bretton. The mod, however, doesn’t do anything significant, but seeing how much demand is circulating around Bethesda’s modding community regarding the removal of the Creation Club has sparked a wave of interest in pursuing the removal of said program, which even includes news talking about the Creation Club on the side of the screen while in-game.
If this mod seems like it has something that you want it can be downloaded over on NexusMods.
The next mod on this list comes in by Ahzaab, which, as of this moment, only works with SkyrimSE 1.5.3 the Creation Club Release and SKSE-64 2.0.4 alpha. It’s worth noting that this build might include some bugs, since it was ported over. Looking past the bugs comes the actual features, this mod adds HUD information about an object that the player is targeting.
If you want to target an object like a weapon, piece of armor or an item and see information about it, you can get this mod by heading on over to NexusMods.
The third mod on this list comes in by Omega2008 and lets you customize the camera and modify it via MCM, which is offered by SkyUI mod. This mod is good if you want to adjust certain screen settings in case your current settings cause motion sickness, headaches or an unpleasing view of your modded world of Skyrim.
The updated version of a mod by B3lisario by Bushido24 that uses The SkyUI team and The SKSE team work on Skyrim has hit the modding scene. This mod adds a new section in the SkyUI’s inventory — armor category — to show the biped slot(s) the armors are using in the menu.
This mod can be obtained over on NexusMods.
Skyrim is currently available to play right now across PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and Xbox One.
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