The Elder Scrolls V: 4K Texture Mode That Brings Skyrim To A Separate Size

A recently developed mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim combines the amazing world of Skyrim with 4K resolution. Mod transforms this fantastic world into our own world.


Skyrim , the game of The Elder Scrolls series released in 2011 and wreaking havoc in the world , has a special place in the heart of everyone who plays or does not play the game. With its open world, RPG elements, war mechanics, speeches and story, we can say that Skyrim has a respectable place in the game world.


Of course, when the game became so legendary, Bethesda Game Studios, the developer of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, released a revised version of the game in 2016. This version, called The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition , has made the amazing atmosphere of Skyrim surreal.


4K texture mode, which makes Skyrim even more eye-catching:



Of course, Skyrim was not limited to being developed solely by the game developer. To date, many modes have been released that improve the graphics quality of the game. But none of these mods were perhaps as advanced as we will tell. The new mod released for Skyrim allowed the game to have 4K HD textures .


Developed by a mod maker called 'ciathyza', 4K resolution Tamrielic Textures makes the textures of the game high-quality and eye-catching. The mod maker has made Skyrim surreal by redesigning all the textures in the game.




Although the mod has not been fully completed yet, the mod maker has released a package that will allow you to experience the mod once. Ciathyza shared the ' Tamrielic Textures 1 - Landscapes ' package on Nexus mods , which raised the ground, mountains, cliffs and roads to 4K quality .




Making the landscape of Skyrim a real world, the mod can be downloaded in three different ways: 4K, 2K and 1K . Of course, as the name suggests, the 4K version has 4K resolution to give maximum detail. Apart from this, the mountains come with 8K resolution in this package. So the maker of the mod suggests that your graphics card have at least 6 GB of VRAM .




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