The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Recreated in Unreal Engine 4

By   /   Nov 16, 2015
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No matter how long it has been since The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim came out, the massive fan base of the game always wants more of it.

Someone decided to figure how the game would look like if it was redone with Unreal Engine 4. The developer did not share any footage but he has done some screenshots to get you an idea.

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In the original post that the guy made shared a list of screens that he had shared, accompanied by a description that reads “having seen some demo works with DFGI/AO recently and having just above .5 skill at lighting, this happened over the weekend as some practice. Here are the changes with DF.”

Later, in response to come of the comments he added that the textures could be better than what they are now. He added that he “dove into the post processing settings and discovered stuff like LUT and the different DOF types which I tried tonight.”

After “disabling the auto dimming feature,” he gave us these:

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The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim came out exactly on November 11, 2011 which is just little over four years from now, the game development technology has had a number of advancements since then, the game being recreated in Unreal Engine 4 does help us get an idea of what it could have been.