One of the hottest mods for Skyrim right now makes children killable. While that's not a new feature in the modding world, the person that made this particular mod really wants you to know this is the definitive child murder mod.
On PC, mods are the lifeblood of games like Skyrim and Fallout. Console owners eventually got mods too, but it's not the same: the PS4 version of the game is severely limited by small file sizes and the inability to use external file assets. The joy of watching Thomas the Tank Engine careen across the sky might never grace Sony consoles, but even so, mod creators on the PS4 are still finding ways to make some pretty cool shit, as you'll see in this video.
The massive total conversion mod for Skyrim, Enderal, is getting DLC that will add 10 to 20 hours of quest content. It's scheduled to arrive sometime in 2017.
Mods make games better, whether they're correcting design oversights, adding improved textures or a whole new story that the developers never envisioned. And if you're after a mod, ModDB is the home for just about every decent one under the sun.
The modding repository recently kicked off voting for their top 100 mods of the year. So if you're not in the mood to buy a new game over the holidays, or you'd just like to explore something different in a universe you already loved, the awards are a great chance to do that. And to help you out, here's a few picks from the top 100.
The folks over at TES Renewal Project released a new trailer yesterday updating fans on their progress with Skyblivion, a mod aimed at recreating all of Oblivion inside of Skyrim.
The 2016 edition of The Game Awards came and went yesterday with all trophy winners announced save one. But we found out today that Skyrim mod Enderal did indeed win the fraught Best Fan Creation category. Show host Geoff Keighley confirmed the win to Kotaku, saying that not mentioning them last night was a mistake.
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