The final update of the free Skyrim’s huge (and hugely impressive) crossover mod has arrived Inderal yesterday. It’s a small patch but it’s a bit of an inconvenience because the developers are now working on a new business venture. They give no hint of what that might be, but given the years they spent with Enderal as well as Oblivion mod Nehrim, it’s hard not to assume / hope that it might be a fictional RPG deal. Fingers crossed?
Enderal tells a whole new story in a whole new world, using Skyrim as an art medium for a familiar but different game. Note Richard Cobbett on our site Enderal ReviewMuch of his DNA comes from games like Gothic and The Witcher, and most systems have been altered in some way. And it’s huge, so it gets its own expansion. Three and a half years after its initial release, it is now over.
“This correction will be the last for Enderal, because we no longer have the amount of free time we used to keep tinkering with it!” SureAI’s developers said Sunday announcement (Spotted before PCG). “It also means that we will not create a port for Skyrim Special Edition.”
This second part is a shame. Be nice to get the game on the slightly bred version of Bethesda, whether for the first technical improvements or for people who don’t own the non-exclusive edition. But they have a good reason to be busy.
“SureAI is currently working on a new business venture that we hope to announce this year,” SureAI’s website lists ‘SoonTM’ On their games page.
This is. That’s all they say. No hints so kind. But given that they’ve been making their own fantasy RPG series for over a decade, and they even did Trilogy of Inderal Books Next, I’ll assume it is the same. Unless they are so tired of fiction now that they will be a runaway first-person fiction about American soldiers conducting high-level diplomacy in a fictional post-Soviet country. But maybe not, right?
Speaking of the Elder Scrolls mods that spawn commercial games, this should be the year we finally see the awesome new version. The Forgotten City, Skyrim’s elegant setting about a city stuck in a strange time loop. After a long delay, it is scheduled to be launched this spring. Our Kathryn Talk to one of the developers In 2019, which I still want to say was last year but definitely not.