The Elder Scrolls franchise has set the targets of open-world adventure games high. Though it might be due to the excellent implementation of the gameplay with the storyline, it only made the game click effortlessly. Speaking of Elder Scrolls, how can one not talk about oblivion.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the fourth instalment of the elder scrolls series that makes up for almost all the fame that is gathered towards the gaming franchise. Developed and published by Bethesda Game Studios, it was one of its kind back in 2006 when it was launched. The game was available to play on various platforms such as Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and Play Station 3.
The overall story revolves around your playable characters that have to stop a cult known as “Mythic Dawn” from opening the portal to a demonic realm known as oblivion. It’s an open-world adventure game where you have side quests along with the main quests. It does make all the difference in what quests are you willing to take up first.
What are Mods?
Mods are specific enhancements made to the game that helps in enhancing the overall gameplay of the game. It may be subtle changes made to the graphics or adding new elements to the game to modify it complexly. There are different mods for different occasions. Players can even add their desired characters and other figures into the game to personalize the experience of playing the game.
List of Mods for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The nature of this mod is to enhance the overall graphical interface of the game by taking it one step further and making all the right changes to bring the textures out to be as crisp and sharp as possible. It’s a must-have if you are looking to make your gaming experience as realistic as possible.
Midas Magic Spells of Aurum
If you are into casting spells, then this mod will add 300 of them brand new into the game. It’s like it allows you to transform yourself into a Little wizard and try out new spell all the time.
If you feel that cities are quite dead, then this mod helps in the addition of more buildings in towns and cities to make it more realistic. They don’t fell dead, but you get newer towers with more of a rustle bustle to feel to the city.
For those aspiring to have a different start to game rather than breaking out of jail? Then this is the mod for you. It’s quite different and better in every possible manner giving you various choices of starting the game either through a ship and define your character the way you please.
Oblivion Graphics Extender
Graphics is the main criteria of these mods as it helps in getting the best of the game and makes it one step closer to the real deal. Also, it combines the landscapes and the buildings to what you might be found in the real world but based in a medieval time and age.