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New HD Texture Pack for Skyrim adds 8K/4K textures to all fortresses

Modder ‘GaiusFatCat’ has released a brand new HD Texture Pack for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. According to the modder, this pack retextures all of the game’s fortresses, using high-quality 8K and 4K textures.

Going into slightly more details, every single texture is handcrafted from super high-quality source images the modder took. In other words, this isn’t another ESRGAN/AI HD Texture Pack.

Most of the main files are at 8192×8192 resolution. Not only that, but even the 4K textures are downscaled from 8K.

This overhaul contains parallax-enabled meshes of all the interior and exterior buildings( walls, floors, ceilings and more). Additionally, the modder edited some meshes to fit better in the scene. Furthermore, GaiusFatCat retextured and envmapped all the cage/jail and door meshes, so they look grue but shiny.

The end result is amazing, and we highly recommend using it. This pack is 770MB in size and you can download it from here. Do note that this pack is only available for the Legacy Edition. At least for now.

Below you can also find some screenshots that showcase these new 8K/4K textures.

Enjoy!

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