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The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion remake Skyblivion will release in 2025

Kate Harrold

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The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion remake Skyblivion will release in 2025

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It feels as if we’ve been waiting an eternity for The Elder Scrolls VI. Thankfully, both Oblivion and Skyrim still absolutely slap so it does lessen the blow. It also helps that The Elder Scrolls’ modding community is endlessly creative. There really is no shortage of content to keep us entertained.

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You may have heard of the Skyblivion mod. A group of Elder Scrolls fans have been working on creating Oblivion within Skyrim’s engine for several years now. Back in 2020, we got our first glimpse at the project but it’s actually been in the works since 2012. The good news is, the developers are still beavering away and we now know that the fan-made remake is set to launch in 2025.

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That’s right. Skyblivion will finally land in 2025 and will be supported in both Skyrim Legacy Edition and Skyrim Special Edition as well as Oblivion, of course. As reported by DSOGaming, the mod is completely modular so players will be able to select which component they’d like to install. The project promises 4K resolution and will even include Oblivion’s DLC as well as all weapons, quests, and locations.

Talking about the project, the team wrote, “Remaking Oblivion in the Skyrim engine is what we set out to do when we started the Skyblivion project. Making games takes time, this goes double for a volunteer project the size of a AAA game that took a team of full time devs years to make. Regardless, we would like to share today that Skyblivion is in a state where we can promise a 2025 release at the latest.”

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The mod will be completely free when it does eventually release, and there may even be a few new surprises tucked inside. The dev team have teased “custom content,” plus they’re also adding underwater combat. The countdown to 2025 begins.

Topics: The Elder Scrolls, Skyrim, Bethesda, Mods

Kate Harrold
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