With official support for mods on consoles, Skyrim: Special Edition is promising a lot of fun. Moreover, fans of the series will be delighted to hear that Skyrim Frostfall mod is available on Xbox One.
Skyrim Frostfall mod is a famous one and brings a lot of good stuff. Its aim is to make Skyrim a more immersive game as players will have to fight new menaces as hypothermia and strange weather conditions.
With this mod, it will be important to stay focused and know where and when to camp, choose the right clothes and stuff like that. 13 new spells will also be added to this game.
By the way, console users willing to play Skyrim won’t have to worry about space saving, since this game will have its own allocated space for mods.
Many people thought that Skyrim could have used the already existing 2 GB of space provided by Bethesda for Fallout, but according to Pete Hines this won’t be the case.
He basically said that consoles allocate space based on the title, not on the developer/publisher. In fact, Skyrim will be given 2 more GB of allocated space for mods on console.
Besides that, the download size for Skyrim: Special Edition was revealed on the Australian Xbox Store and it seems this game will weigh something like 22.75 GB.
It’s funny to see that the Xbox 360 version of this game was only 4 GB.
Bethesda’s Skyrim: Special Edition is about to release on Friday for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. PC Users will be able to download this game for free if they already own the previous version of Skyrim.