Skyrim: This mod will make forests a feast for the eyes

Skyrim: This mod will make forests a feast for the eyes


Skyrim carries 10 years on its shoulders, and in this 2022 it will blow out its eleventh candle; it is a game of a certain age, therefore, but this does not stop fans from adoring this title as if it were the first day of his life, leading them to discover elements that still today, after so long, were not in the domain public. Many users have decided to do more than just play this work, creating mods for it: today we present one that will tickle all the most passionate fans of graphics in video games.

Skyrim After the madness of Digital Dreams, which has made over 1300 mods for the game, the one we are going to talk about today is definitely more "shawl" ... especially for the fact that this time it is only one. The creator of the mod in question is fxckthisworld, who has published his latest creation on Nexus Mods. The purpose of this mod is to give the forests of the game a more majestic and immersive aspect, and in our opinion the modder did it great.

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At the moment, the mod works "only" on the Falkreath, Riverwood and Riften areas, but the user does not rule out that in the future he may decide to use his efforts for other places in the game as well. Despite this, it is absolutely worth giving this mod a chance, as it is a really great job on the part of the modder. It is also a great way to dampen the anticipation of the sixth chapter of the saga, which unfortunately still seems to be quite far away.

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Skyrim’s forests are glorious with this mod that adds “over 100” meshes

While it’s a decade old now, Skyrim is iconic for its sprawling, often stunning landscapes, which have been given an extra boost over the years thanks to a bunch of great fan-made Skyrim mods. Now, a new community creation looks to make the fantasy game’s forests to a new level with “over 100” new meshes.

Modder fxckthisworld’s Nature of the Wild Lands – Forest Improvement mod overhauls several of the game’s many wooded areas and aims to “make forests diverse and dense” as well as “more diverse and beautiful”. From the images and video clips of the mod, it certainly seems the modder’s achieved this. The trees, grasses, and other vegetation are all far richer and denser (density is more than five times higher, according to the modder), and the woodland looks bursting with natural fullness. If I sound like I’m waxing a little lyrical, that’s because the results really do look impressive – you can get a glimpse below.

The good news is that the modder’s decided to keep a balance between how pretty it all looks and how it plays in mind, so introducing the more fleshed out forests shouldn’t tank your game’s performance. They say the tree models have an average of 5,000 tris, so should be “relatively good for performance”.

Here are a few glimpses of the forest overhaul mod:

Image credits: fxckthisworld / Nexus Mods

The mod currently “completely reworks” the Riften, Riverwood, and Falkreath regions’ forests, though the modder says they’re aiming to give the more wintry and Morthal regions a going over in the future, too. If you’re keen to take a look at the mod, you can find it on Nexus Mods at that link. Be sure to check the modder’s instructions to get it running smoothly and, as always, mod with caution!

As to what Skyrim’s own creators are up to next, you can find out everything we know about The Elder Scrolls VI so far right there.

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