Skyrim’s Total Conversion Enderal Features Hours Of Gameplay




/ 3 years ago

Skyrim Enderal

Skyrim is a great game, offering many hours of gameplay as you create a custom character that could be a warrior, hunter or mage while you pick and choose your skills in between each battle and campaign to free the lands of Skyrim. Now it would seem that Skyrim is about to change once again in the form of a total conversion called Enderal, something that will open up hours and hours of gameplay in a whole new world.

Enderal is being created by the german team known as SureAI, famous for creating Oblivions Nehrim: At Fate’s Edge. The team plans to release Enderal at the start of July in German with an English version releasing a few weeks after. The total modification features not just new characters but an “unconventional story with psychological and philosophical undercurrents”. With everything from survival mechanics and an overhauled skill system with classes and special abilities, Enderal looks to recreate the game in not just a few hours but with anything from 30 to 100 hours of gameplay.

With housing systems and its own lore, the world won’t just act as a reskin for Skyrim but instead creating a whole new world to explore and conquer. You can enjoy the trailer below, but be warned, you may end up playing Skyrim again until its released in a few weeks time.



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