The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim it is certainly one of the most significant and played games of the past decade, published in the now distant 2011, and republished again and again for all possible and imaginable platforms, is a title that at the time definitely changed the conception of Open World and modern RPGs.

Today, in the 2020, almost a decade after its first release, Skyrim continues to have a slice of fans who continue to invest time in the title Bethesda, with a community that churns out mods on mods continuously, and the latest project by Sinistar Gaming, aims to go much further. The gigantic mod Apotheosis, funded through Sinistar's patreon, will bring players back to the 16 realms of Oblivion, Dreamsleeve and Battlespire, to offer a mammoth new adventure in Bethesda's RPG.

At the moment the launch Apotheosis, arriving in 2020, is only intended for players PC, but the developer doesn't rule out a console release in the near future.

You can get an idea of ​​the huge amount of content and new areas in the video that you find below: