Skyrim Modders Transform Game Into Furry Paradise

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An image of a furry in Skyrim.
Credit: SkyDev on Nexus Mods.

Still reeling from Bethesda’s announcement that you’ll have to wait until 2023 to try out Starfield?

Well, if you’re getting really sick of Skyrim, and want to try a version of the game that’s very different and are an adult, its modding community may soon be able to offer you an experience that’s very unlike what you’ve grown used to.

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An upcoming mod called “SkyFurry - A world overhaul”, by a group of modders called the SkyDev team is preparing to take OG Skyrim to places that it’s never been before.

Skyrim Modders Begin to Transform Game Into Furry Paradise

First of all, it’s important to acknowledge that this mod won’t be for everyone, with the modders themselves saying: “before you all start trashing on it because it’s ‘furry’ just know -we get it- its nerdy and that's fine, if it's not for you then kindly move on”.

That said, if you are interested, then the mod is shaping up to have a lot to offer, including mods that restructure the game’s physics to allow for animal-inspired character models more advanced than those of the vanilla game’s Khajiit and Argonians.

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It also includes the addition of fur with its own particle physics, giving the game levels of realism on par with the likes of Red Dead Redemption 2, which, lest we forget, did some weird and frankly unnecessary things with horses in its vanilla rendition.

In future, added into this mix, provided that all goes well, could be new armours, weapons and AI behaviours, all of which will further augment the experience delivered to those who want it.

For those who don’t and might be outraged by the mod’s existence, it is also important to remember that some infamous and beloved Skyrim mods, such as those that transform dragons into Thomas the Tank Engine and ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage, are arguably just as out there as this one.

Plus, if you do download the mod, end up not liking it and can’t figure out how to uninstall it, adding DevInTheDetails’ mod “Privacy Lock” to your game will allow you to safely secure yourself in a furry-free zone until help can be found.

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