The fan-made remake of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion in the Skyrim engine, called Skyblivion, has recently revealed new gameplay footage. The footage, which is about 10 minutes long, shows off the game’s improved graphics, new quests, and updated gameplay mechanics.
The footage begins with the player character waking up in the Imperial City Prison, just like in the original Oblivion. However, the prison itself has been completely redesigned, and it looks much more detailed and realistic. The player then makes their way out of the prison and into the city, which is also much more alive and vibrant than in the original game.
The footage also shows off some of the new quests that have been added to Skyblivion. One quest sees the player character helping a group of farmers who are being terrorized by bandits. Another quest sends the player character on a journey to the Shivering Isles, the realm of the Daedric Prince Sheogorath.
Overall, the new gameplay footage for Skyblivion is very impressive. It shows that the development team is making great progress on the project, and it is clear that they are passionate about recreating Oblivion in the Skyrim engine. Skyblivion is currently scheduled to be released in 2025, but it is possible that the release date could be pushed back.
Here are some of the key features of Skyblivion:
- Completely remade world of Cyrodiil, using the Skyrim engine
- Updated graphics and textures
- New quests and dialogue
- Updated gameplay mechanics
- Compatibility with Skyrim mods
Skyblivion is a massive undertaking, and it is clear that the development team is putting a lot of hard work into it. Fans of Oblivion should be excited to see this project come to fruition.