While The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition mods have been around for awhile, here are the best ones to take specific advantage of the Xbox One X. It's a huge jump for a console as it displays 4k resolution and players can boost it just that much more with the wide selection of mods. These are ten mods that aim to improve the visuals and world to hopefully provide some better immersion. They tweak things from the textures, to the density of the greenery and make a huge difference in how realistic everything looks. I hope this Top 10 Skyrim: Special Edition Xbox One X mods list assists your custom load out and makes your game beautiful. The list is safe for work and in no particular ranking order.
Higher resolution and just better blood textures. You get increased blood during combat, intense splatters appear more often and trails of blood are left behind any hurt foes. The blood also pools on soft textures well making for a realistic enhancement.
Fixes the small, yet always essential parts of the world. Adjusts grass, trees, tons of smaller house based objects and more that you can find within the world. Each part does a different selection with one being focused and the second taking a larger quantity of space with future updates planned.
I like water, it's a big part of Skyrim and it should look its best. This mod makes the water look damn fine and improves the animation as well as texture for basically all water types. This includes lakes, ponds, rivers and waterfalls.
Increases the resolution for eye textures and improves realism which is important since you spend so much time talking to folks across an RPG.
This is a 1k mod of 2048x2048 photogrammetric based realistic, accurate high-resolution textures and covers many natural things. Rocks, hill and the environment are greatly boosted.
Edits the meshes of plants, trees and so forth making them fuller. It adds a nice layer of density to the natural world you venture through.
Greatly improves the night with high resolution stars and a giant nebula. This is a gorgeous back drop against the typically open nights you venture through. It truly captures your attention and adds a nice mystical element.
Comprehensive weather, lighting, effects and audio overhaul. High resolution cloud textures, hundreds of new weather variants. You get volumetric fog, various weather patterns and it looked very impressive for those wanting variation.
Basically it adds a pile of trees to the forests to make them more dense and realistic, hate open weird spaces in forests.
This adds additional NPCs to all cities and towns making them see more alive. Immersion is important in games so by having more people running around doing things it makes the world feel livelier.
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