Our last look at The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion total conversion mod for Skyrim, Skyblivion, was back in August 2019. Thankfully, its team has been working hard on it since then. And, a few days ago, it released a new dev diary for it, featuring some new in-game footage.
According to its description, Skyblivion aims to bring The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to a new generation of gamers and re-introduce it to long time fans of the series.
This mod will support both Skyrim Legacy Edition and Skyrim Special Edition. Its team is currently in the process of porting and rebuilding Cyrodiil along with all of its quests, locations and characters.
Upon release, the mod will be completely modular. As such, players will be able to choose what components they want to install. This includes all enhancements developed by the team such as our Landscaping Overhaul, Interior Overhaul, City Overhaul, Weapon/Armor Overhaul and much more.
This latest developer diary focuses on the game’s Quests and Environments. It also showcases some of its 3D object and its UI.
There is currently no ETA on when Skyblivion will come out.