Skywind feature

First official gameplay video for Skywind, Morrowind mod for Skyrim, has been released

The team behind Skywind, a Morrowind total conversion mod for Skyrim, has released its first official gameplay video. This video shows 11 minutes of gameplay footage and you should definitely watch it. It also gives us a glimpse at the world of Morrowind being recreated in Skyrim’s engine.

According to the team, this gameplay video shows off iconic things like levitation, cliff racers, and new dungeon types. Furthermore, it also gives a great preview of the game’s music, voice acting, spears, town AI, and more.

Although there isn’t any ETA on when it will come out, the Skywind promises to release more gameplay footage soon. The new gameplay videos will give us a more in depth look into the current state of the game. Moreover, they will give us a glimpse at Skywind’s unique systems.

Skywind is a non-commercial modification for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim that seeks to merge the world of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind with the enhanced graphics and capabilities of Skyrim’s engine. Players will need to own both games in order to play Skywind, however the user interface, combat, graphics, and system requirements for the Skywind mod are all those of Skyrim, and not of Morrowind.

Skywind looks pretty interesting so we are really looking forward to a playable version of it. We don’t know whether the team aims to release a demo or an early access alpha build so that gamers can test. Still, this is something that will interest most Morrowind and Skyrim fans, so be sure to watch the video.


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