#1Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch
#2True Storm Skyrim Special Edition Mod
#3The Forgotten City Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Expansion
DID YOU KNOW?
The first true RPG released back in 1974? Tactical Studies Rules (TSR) released that game and called it, Dungeons & Dragons. The next five years would see the release of others like Chivalry & Sorcery and RuneQuest. TSR released a follow-up called Advanced Dungeon and Dragons. Along with what might be one of the best role-playing books ever printed. They called it AD&D Dungeon Master's Guide. The gaming industry started to grow in the early 1980s and RPG along with it. The hobby waned in the 1990s when Wizards of the Coast purchased TSR. D&D 3.0 released under the Open Gaming License (OGL). This made it possible for derivatives to come out to the market.
Today's modern RPGs are a departure from the D&D days of old. Though that is not a bad thing per se. These games push the genre forward after all. Trying to introduce new and innovative gameplay mechanics and elements. Games like Dark Souls, The Witcher series and of course, Elder Scrolls. All these games have defined this generation's RPGs. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, in particular, has been very popular with gamers this past decade. This is due to its active and healthy modding community. The Special Edition brings much of the same only with minor improvements for consoles. The best Skyrim Special Edition mods bring so much to the table. From performance improvements to visual ones, and even one amazing story mod. There is a lot to like about using mods so it's no surprise that the game has remained fun even after all these years.