We have some pretty great news for all of you. First official Skyrim Remastered Mods are now being uploaded to Bethesda.net. You will be able to access them from your Xbox One and PC. As of yet, no mods have been uploaded for the PS4. But when they do, we’ll update you guys.
Skyrim Remastered Mods being uploaded for PC and Xbox One ahead of game’s official release
At the moment, these mods look kind of basic. Some of them will definitely use external assets but most of them are pretty basic. Here are all the mods available at the moment. You can also check them out on Bethesda’s main website.
Dawnguard Map Markers
“Places map markers in the Soul Cairn and enables fast travel while on that map to any marker you’ve discovered. Adds some additional markers to the Forgotten Vale and Dayspring Canyon.”
Marco’s Integrated Levels List
“This mod seeks to add more variety to the game by adding content from Dawnguard and Dragonborn into the main game, as well as other unused assets in-game.”
“Deep in the bowels of the earth, the Dwemer constructed vast cities of gleaming bronze and chiseled stone. Their networks criss-crossed all of northern Tamriel, stretching from Hammerfell in the west all the way to Morrowind in the east. Now, rumors of a gleaming steam engine have emerged from the depths of Blackreach, capable of travelling at enormous speeds, and able to connect the furthest-flung outposts of the buried Dwemer civilization. Will you be able to unlock its mysteries?
Blackreach Railroad is a travel and quest mod for the steam-oriented player. It adds a locomotive, a train line, and a series of train stations around Blackreach and other Dwemer ruins. After a short quest to reactivate the train, the player may then freely ride the engine throughout Blackreach. In addition to this, the player may choose to ride on uncharted track, thereby unlocking new stations throughout Skyrim. And for those wondering, you do indeed get a train hat.”
Let us know your thoughts about the Skyrim Remastered Mods revealed so far.