Modders announce a project that would bring Skyrim, Morrowind and Oblivion to Starfield, and then cancel it in less than a week

Last week, Reddit’s member ‘New-Star-340’ announced an ambitious project that was aiming to bring the entirety of Tamriel in Starfield. In other words, the mod would attempt to bring the worlds of Skyrim, Morrowind and Oblivion to Starfield. And, in less than a week, the modder announced its cancelation.

To be honest, when I heard about it, I laughed. This is why I didn’t share that project with you last week. You see, there is a reason why Skyblivion and Skywind are taking so long to complete. Now, imagine a new mod that not only will add the whole world of Skyrim to Starfield, but also those of Morrowind and Oblivion. This is nuts.

Oh, and get this. This wouldn’t be an asset mod (which could have been possible with a lot of work). No no no. The mod would have also included all the quests from all three games. I mean, come oooooooooon. You have to be delusional to believe something like that.

What’s also laughable is the excuse New-Star-340 provided to VG247. Basically, the team was “disappointed” by the reaction and that’s why they decided to cancel it. New-Star-340 claimed that fans were not interested in seeing this project come to fruition. That’s complete bullsh*t. Fans were simply stating that this project sounded too good to be true. And they were right. This was a bait and switch.

My guess is that New-Star-340 was hoping to build a team and that there wasn’t any team for it up to that point. So, after that underwhelming reaction, he had no choice but to “cancel” it.

As the modder told VG247:

“After sharing the initial concept with the community, it became clear that the support we were hoping for just wasn’t there. Many fans voiced concerns and indicated that they were not interested in seeing this project come to fruition. In terms of the team, we were a small group of passionate modders excited about the possibilities. However, the feedback we received made us realize that the excitement we felt wasn’t shared by the broader community.”

Speaking of Starfield, here are some mods that you can actually download. This mod adds cool quests when you explore new places. There’s also a mod that makes dead bodies move realistically, as well as a mod that aims to overhaul the game’s enemy AI. In September 2023, we shared the Disk Cache Enabler Mod, which helps reduce how much space the game uses on your computer. There’s also a mod that gives characters super realistic eyes. Halo fans can use this mod to play as the Master Chief himself. Earlier this month, we also shared a DLC-sized expansion mod that allows you to create whole colonies with giant mechs, defense turrets, a farming system and more. Oh, and if you don’t like the default camera views in dialogue, there’s a mod to disable them. You can also get StarFinance, which brings an advanced financial system.

Sprinting Stuttering Fix is another cool mod that stops the annoying stutters when you run. Then, you can grab this mod that makes the game run smoother by fixing a bunch of scripts. And don’t forget these two must-have mods that make the game look and feel better with a new User Interface and cooler Particle Effects. On the other hand, this mod lets you travel between planets in real-time. Oh, and we also have this mod which adds 50 new space encounters to the game. Finally, this mod brings a dynamic weather system into the game, and this mod improves the behavior of NPCs.

Lastly, here are all the best Starfield mods you can download.

Have fun!