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This 5.6GB Mod for Skyrim overhauls all of its dungeon textures

Modder ‘Iconic’ has released a new HD Texture Pack for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. According to the modder, this pack overhauls all of the game’s dungeon textures by using AI-enhancing techniques.

As with all of Iconic’s previous packs, Project Clarity – Dungeon Textures Redone upscales the original Bethesda textures. As such, the quality doesn’t come close to retextures made from scratch. However, these new textures are still better than the original ones. Moreover, modders can use this mod as an excellent base for building new textures off of.

This mod is compatible with Project Clarity – Creature Textures RedoneProject Clarity – Effects Textures RedoneProject Clarity – Clutter Textures Redone, and Grass and Ground Overhaul SE Mod. It should also be compatible with Septentrional Landscapes SE, CleverCharff’s AIO HD Texture Pack, or with this mod that overhauls the textures of almost all of the game’s races.

Additionally, you can use it with the Enhanced Blood Textures mod, which makes the game gorier and bloodier than ever. Furthermore, you can use it with this mod that overhauls its magic system by adding more than 200 new spells. Or you can use it with this mod that completely overhauls its enemy system.

You can download Project Clarity – Dungeon Textures Redone from here. There are currently two versions of this pack. The 4K version is 5.6GB in size and the 2K version is around 1.6GB in size.

Have fun!

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