Fingers crossed it releases soon.
If you’re like me and have a hard time keeping up with the modding communities surrounding the various major releases of the past ten years or so, know that you’re not alone. However, know that we are also missing out on plenty of excellent modded content for excellent games. If there’s one high-profile modding community project to keep an eye out for though, it’s Skyblivion. Here’s everything we know so far about the Skyblivion release date.
Started all the way back in 2012, TESRenewal modding group set out to port The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion over to the Skyrim engine in its entirety. The entire map, every questline, every creature—everything. Made entirely from scratch by fans, the mod is extremely ambitious and will be entirely free to people who own both Oblivion and Skyrim according to the mod’s official website.
As of right now, there is no official release date for Skyblivion. That said, in a recent official developer diary video, PR head Rebelzize said, “despite the massive scope of this project, we are finally seeing the end of the road, but there is still much to be done.”
According to its website, the Skyblivion release date is still up in the air. It says that “currently there is no solid release date. With a community project such as this, progress often comes at an irregular rate and is hard to predict.”
Progress on our Hammerfell border gate by ClefJ pic.twitter.com/ENvmjj7J6D
— Skyblivion (@TESRSkyblivion) February 11, 2021
The most recent update we’ve seen from the project is this video showing off some gameplay. The journey to the creation of the mod has been detailed through a handful of developer diaries which can be found right here.
For more on Skyblivion other Bethesda Game Studio mods, make sure to stay right here on DualShockers and check out this article on the recently released Fallout: New Vegas mod The Frontier.