The Bethesda E3 2016 Showcase has revealed a lot of new information about the upcoming games. In a recent announcement, Bethesda has confirmed the Skyrim Remaster will be launched on October 26, 2016. Amid rumors, game announcements and reveals for different platforms, Skyrim Remaster will arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC this year. The studio revealed a video comparing the visuals on each console during the Bethesda E3 2016 conference.
A video showcased by the studio confirms that players on both Xbox One and PlayStation will be able to play mods in the Skyrim remaster. Along with the announcement, the studio confirmed that the game will feature some exciting new changes and improvements. The video revealed by Bethesda features familiar game settings and rich graphics.
According to the developer, the new game will feature remastered art and effects that can be easily seen in the beautiful landscapes showcased in the video. Additionally, the Skyrim Remaster will feature volumetric god rays and dynamic depth of field, making the objects appear more detailed, bright and clear on all platforms.
The upcoming game also features Screen Space Reflections, new snow shaders and water shaders. The new game will support mods and players can find the feature in the main menu. The better graphics delivered in the upcoming game will support all the PC Mods. Understandably, the announcement has gotten many people talking about the future of The Elder Scrolls franchise. Skyrim Remaster has long been rumored for quite a while already. Many assumed that a remaster announcement would be accompanied by an Elder Scrolls 6 announcement. However, this wasn?t the case. It looks like we?ll have to wait longer to see the next installment in the Elder Scrolls franchise.