Skyrim Mod To Make Outfits Customization Similar To Fallout 4

Skyrim has been a beloved of the gaming community for many reasons. One of these reasons is the outfits available. However, the Fallout 4 outfit options are arguably better. This mod will supposedly introduce those options into Skyrim.

Skyrim Mods have been present from the start, making the experience one that has stood the test of time. Even now, modders are hard at work, trying to think of ways to make the experience better, and according to Reddit user TheDalback18, this time it’s the outfit customization system that needs an overhaul.

According to the thread, the user is hard at work on this mod. The mod will make the clothing system “similar to ESO(Elder Scrolls Online), Fallout 4”. In Skyrim, there are only four slots that make up an outfit: torso, gloves, headwear, and pants. This mod changes that into the Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 4 outfit options, which increases these to eleven options.

It does this by “splitting them into the 11 different parts which [are] shoulders, neck, chest strap, arms, torso, torso armor, girdle, pants, groin armor, tights armor, and knee armor”. According to the user, this will let you make your own outfits. You can “equip (the items) over another so that makes it compatible with regular armors/clothing and with custom outfits.”

This Skyrim mod is under development which means there isn’t a download option available. It will be available for both Skyrim and Skyrim extended version. The mod will be called “Dynamic Clothing System”.

Skyrim Mod play as a child

While you’re waiting for the outfit customization mod to come through, why not play as a child in Skyrim? Race 1.1 lets you play as a child. So far the available races are “Nords, Bretons, and Imperials”. Looks like the modder is a speciest since those are simply the most human-like races present. That’s a joke. You can play as“the subspecies of the khajiit – the Ohmes-raht”.

But seriously, this mod seems to be entertaining, viewing Skyrim through the eyes of a child instead of a grown person. We do wonder if there will be outrage over simulated child labor, every time you have to perform a quest.