No mods yet of course but it's cool to see they're ready, who's ready to mod the living hell out of Skyrim?
Skyrim already has a Mod Nexus.
What are the chances that this game leaks and mods come out before the game does? Part of me wants to see that.
Need the Creation Kit to make mods, which is a separate application. It also isn't going to be released until sometime (supposedly shortly) after Skyrim's launch. Don't hold your breath at the chances that both would be leaked alongside each other.
@Animasta: Second most popular: the breasts mods.
There are numerous different breast modeling and animating standards for Oblivion. All clothing mods list which standards they conform to. The Oblivion breasts community is remarkably well-developed, really.
Early this year, I decided to just jump down the damn rabbit hole and see how many weird pervy mods I could put on Oblivion. It's a strange world.
Im interested how quickly people will be able to import all the Gambryo stuff they've dragged through Oblivion, Fallout 3, and FNV into this "new" engine. Gonna say it'll take about a week.
I anticipate that by the end of day one there will be some sort of body replacer for BTRA w/BBB and Bouncing Butts. I mean, I would hope so.
Certainly. I can't imagine playing a Bethesda game anymore where a corpse isn't totally naked after I loot it. Its immersion.
You know, not ALL modding is sex related. There's a lot of good work done by modders in Bethesda games that fix bugs and add amazing new features.
And that's cool and all. The Martigan mod should be especially interesting considering how its evolved since Oblivion. But also, in addition to that, and of a much higher popularity (other than the overhaul mods), will be the nude mods. Its part of the running joke. If you knew nothing about mods and checked the nexus popularity lists, you would think every modder is a sex offender.
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