Skyrim Tourists: Falkreath Brings Location Change After Four Years in Development


Good news for gamers: A set of teasers is released and it shows that Skyrim Tourists: Falkreath has a different look and some new changes in the game’s location.

Reports have stated that Holds: The City Overhaul had undergone three years in development. It has a whopper of mod- 4 GB in total. As this is said, many of Skyrim’s villages have been expanded including Falkreath, Winterhold, and Dawnstar. These locations of the game have the skimpiest set of amenities. This also comes with game’s principal locations, notes Rock Papers ShotGun.

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The teasers also show that the game has brought brand-new smaller settlements as well as the interiors of existing facilities also entirely changed. Modder has also written a new set of books and is available widely in libraries in Falkreath, Solitude, and Windhelm. Gamers will enjoy playing it even more than before as there is a substantially different and bigger Skyrim waiting for them.

However, there’s one huge catch in the game. The developer of Holds: The City Overhaul, Galandil has an advice for the gamers. He says that gamers can begin an entirely new playthrough after installing Holds (a considerable requirement). This way they can avoid bugs or crashes caused by the game and they will have to save trying to remember one location, which has now been altered or placed into another. So there might be a little confusion, notes Polygon.

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Since 2012, Galandil is said to be working on Holds. He had dedicated two hours of work every day on developing the game. He started working on the mod a year later the launch of the Skyrim was successfully done. Galandil was of the opinion that The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim could have a “better cities” mod similar to one The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion received. However, it never came so he set out to do it all by himself.

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