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Skyrim Mod Enderal: Forgotten Stories launches Feb 14th

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  1. Dark Drakan

    Dark Drakan Administrator Staff Member Guildmaster Legendary Hero

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    The massively anticipated total conversion Skyrim mod that has been in development for some years will finally launch on Feb 14th.



    Enderal: Forgotten Stories is a total conversion for TES V: Skyrim: a game modification that is set in its own world with its own landscape, lore and story. It offers an immersive open world, all for the player to explore, overhauled skill systems and gameplay mechanics and a dark, psychological storyline with believable characters.

    Enderal is free and can be played by anyone owning a legal copy of TES V: Skyrim. (No DLCs are necessary.) It is developed non-commercially by SureAI, the team behind the renowned Oblivion mod "Nehrim: At Fate´s Edge" (and various other projects).


    Features

    • An open world with its own lore and hand-crafted, detailed and diverse landscapes – explore deserts, heathlands, forests, jungles, mountains, and more.
    • An unconventional story with believable characters and psychological undercurrents.
    • German and English voice acting by professional voice over artists.
    • Multi-faceted, believable characters with own ambitions and motivations.
    • Overhauled gameplay with classes, experience points, survival mechanics and challenging combat.
    • An overhauled skill system with classes and new special abilities.
    • A housing system allowing the player to design their own homes.
    • 30 to 125 hours of expected playtime.
    ENDERAL: FORGOTTEN STORIES STEAM PAGE

    Unfortunately, it does not work with Skyrim Special Edition; the developers said they might be able to port it at some point in the future, but they don't have the resources to do it now.
     
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