Beyond Skyrim is a collaboration between several modding teams. We're creating large continent expansion mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Beyond Skyrim is a series of in-development mods that seek to add lands… well, Beyond Skyrim, to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Now, thanks to a new trailer, we have some idea of what one of these mods will look like: Beyond Skyrim: Cyrodiil, which deals with the country seen in TES IV: Oblivion.
— András Neltz, Kotaku
Sometimes 200-plus hours of adventure isn’t quite enough. Case in point – The Elder Scrolls modding community. Home to some of the most ambitious and awe-inspiring add-on content in modern gaming, the scene remains as vibrant today as it was back when Skyrim first released in 2011, or when Oblivion debuted before that.
— Samuel James Riley, Game Rant
We’re starting the new year with a all-new Skyrim modding interview. This time around we’re talking to Will Hillson, part of the Dark Creations team. A post-grad student in the UK, Will is an integral part of DC’s ambitious project known as “Beyond Skyrim”.
— Matt Grandstaff, Bethesda
Anyone who played Bethesda’s massive hit Skyrim constantly heard NPCs talking about the eight other countries outside the game’s borders, but you couldn’t actually visit these places. One modding community is working to change that.
Beyond Skyrim is a fan-made, unofficial expansion pack for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which aims to allow players to visit every corner of Tamriel.
— Ben Reeves, Game Informer
Download the first Beyond Skyrim pre-release.
Travel beyond the borders of Skyrim and explore Bruma, the northernmost county in Cyrodiil. Delve into Ayleid ruins, meddle in local affairs or explore the wilds — the journey begins now.
Find out more about Beyond Skyrim: Cyrodiil.
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