Flew to Cologne to attend Gamescom 2019, the team of programmers and designers behind the Skywind project published the first, highly anticipated video gameplay of the mod (or rather, the total conversion) that recreates the map of Morrowind in The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim.
The goals pursued by the authors of Skywind are very similar to those of the amateur developers of Skyblivion, the other great Skyrim mod that aims to reshape the ROLuniverse of TES V in the image and likeness of Oblivion.
The creators of Skywind, in fact, will try to transpose the entire ludic, graphic and artistic ecosystem of the unforgettable The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind, the first “modern” chapter of Bethesda’s open-world RPG series, in the fantasy dimension of Skyrim using the graphic engine and editor of the blockbuster by Todd Howard launched in November 2011.
In the eleven minutes of gameplay scenes that we can see in the GC 2019 trailer we are offered a taste of the incredible work done by the authors of this total conversion, with the plot supported by entirely dubbed lines of dialogue (obviously only in English) to the artificial intelligence of human creatures and enemies faced by exploring the moors of Morrowind . Thanks to the profuse passion in this project by the authors of Skywind, the mod will also boast a completely revised user interface, an unpublished combat system based on a different progression of skills compared to that of Skyrim, a more evolved artificial intelligence for the enemies and even different system requirements from those of the original masterpiece (and of its 2016 Special Edition).
The launch of Skywind should take place over the next few months: the team behind this mammoth project confirms that the mod can be downloaded for free on a PC.