The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim - Technology Video: NextGen Skyrim thanks Graphic Mods
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim from Bethesda was the best RPG of the Year in 2011 and still enjoys great popularity - even the DLCs could convince us in the test. And as expected from Bethesda is also Skyrim as its predecessor The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion or but Fallout 3 very open created by fans modifications. The best source is the English-language website skyrim.nexusmods.com with a huge database and thousands of mods is - register required. After some time we look at in this article, the latest graphics mods to enormous aufzuhübschen Skyrim with more realistic lighting and finer textures.
Even with the self-published by Bethesta and strongly recommended HD texture pack itself acts dusty on the PC the world of Skyrim. the modifications can be installed pretty easy, but we must observe the installation and load order, if we want to use multiple mods at the same time and avoid complications - that requires a bit of tinkering.
The Nexus Mod Manager facilitates the gaming experience by being able to activate all the mods and disable clear, without having to copy files even winded into the game directory. Available the small free program is on the Nexus page. simultaneously with our chosen twelve mods tempt even a Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan from - the frame rate decreases in full-HD resolution then often below 30 fps. But Skyrim makes with these mods a giant leap towards the selling holder and is an impressive example of what can be taken out thanks to stronger hardware from games.
Nexus Mod Manager is a small but useful program makes it easier to install the mods enormous.
Real Vision ENB
Real Vision ENB is not just a mod, but one of the most popular and beautiful mod collections for Skyrim. The modders Skyrim tuner locks on his Nexus page an extensive "building instructions" available are Mod recommendations and tips on proper installation order - how to get the perfect combination of all modifications. Real Vision ENB therefore provides a sense a basis, even if the mod is installed himself as the last! Once we have all the other mods on, we open the archives of the Real Vision ENB mod, copy out the data folder, archive them (for example, Rar) in a private archive and add this as a mod in the Nexus Mod Manager - and activate this mod then.
This screenshot is not from something out of Crysis, but actually from Skyrim.
After that we copy from the real-Vision archive all the other files in the "Skyrim \ Data folder." Zustätzlich we still have the right to download (linked on the Mod page) ENB file, open the archive and copy from the wrapper folder d3d9.dll file in the "Skyrim \ Data" folder. Then we can either be manually adjust some values in the Skyrim.ini and Skyrimprefs.ini or download us one of the prepared files.
If you like, we opt for the pre-made ultra-ini-files, you must open it and replace the entry "ENGLISH" by example "GERMAN" to obtain no voice chaos if they do not play Skyrim in English. All notes can be found on the Nexus side of ENB modification. The mud is recommended to also below, English-language YouTube video. Behind it you will find below we tested mods in the recommended order of installation - the mod RealVision ENB but will be installed as the last!