A talented Skyrim modder has transformed Bethesda’s epic RPG into Rockstar Games western series, Red Dead Redemption.
As reported by Screen Rant, the modder in question responsible for bringing western goodness to Skyrim is Reddit user, jackfjdah1.
In the gameplay clip shared on Reddit, we see a Skyrim avatar kitted out in cowboy gear armed with a firearm, taking out unfortunate residents of a nearby campsite. The gameplay clip even has an added dose of authenticity, with Woody Jackson’s “American Venom” playing in the background.
Hopefully, we might see jackfjdah1 share a new gameplay clip with some epic horseback action. After all, what is a cowboy or cowgirl without their horse?
Despite being an 11-year old game, mods such as this one just show the deep versatility that Skyrim has to offer. I think it’s difficult to find a game that has been supported by mods quite like The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim.
But where’s Elder Scrolls 6?
However, just imagine how impressive the mod support will be in The Elder Scrolls 6. Though to be fair, Elder Scrolls 6 was announced 4 years ago. Yes, it’s really been that long and we’re still no closer to seeing what the game looks like or where it’s set. However, some believe that The Elder Scrolls 6 could be set in Hammerfell and High Rock.
If I was going to be somewhat optimistic, I suppose we could learn more about The Elder Scrolls 6 at the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase this weekend, but I won’t be holding my breath.
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