This mod brings the world of Piranha Bytes’ Gothic to Skyrim, featuring 32 hand crafted quests

Orpheus Project has released a brand new version of its mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This mod, called Gothic Orpheus, brings the world of Piranha Bytes’ Gothic to Bethesda’s RPG. Sounds cool? Well, it sure does.

According to the team, there are 32 hand crafted quests and 52 custom items. Moreover, this mod’s quests were voiced by professional voice actors from the Skyrim Voice Alliance. This latest version of Gothic Orpheus supports both the original version of Skyrim, as well as its Special Edition.

In version 2.1, the Orpheus Project team added more AI mesh so companions have less chances of getting stuck under rock or something. Moreover, the team fixed a great amount of bugs that plagued the previous version.

This mod contains tweaks to standard Skyrim gameplay to better represent the development ideals of the mod. Furthermore, the team claims that there are multiple ways via which players can solve a problem in Gothic Orpheus.

In order to get to the world of Gothic, players will need to find the portal which is near the cave that they escaped from Helgen.

Those interested can download this mod for the original version of Skyrim from here, and for the Special Edition of Skyrim from here.

Here is how you can install this mod.

  • Download it
  • Once it’d downloade it’ll be packed in winrar unnpack it
  • Copy all the files and dump them to (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Skyrim\Data confirm replacing
  • Ready to go
  • To get to the world of Gothic you’ll need to find portal which is near cave that you escaped from Helgen.

Have fun everyone!

The Elder Scrolls Skyrim - Gothic Orpheus Mod

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