The Fanmade project that recreates Oblivion will be released in 2025


The modder team behind Skyblivion, the project that aims to recreate Oblivion in the Skyrim engine (as opposed to Morroblivion, which moves Morrowind to the Oblivion engine, and Skywind, which moves Morrowind to the Skyrim engine), must have been sick of having it all the time. The question of when this decade-long project will be completed. The latest trailer has made an “official release year announcement”, stating that Skyblivion will be completed in 2025. At least that time will be earlier than when The Elder Scrolls 6 launches.

According to the YouTube video’s description, 2025 is “at the latest”, “Game production takes time and doubles for a volunteer project the size of a AAA game that a full-time DEVS team has been developing for years, but we would like to share that Skyblivion is in a position to launch in 2025 at the latest.”

Like other Skyblivion trailers, the new trailer is expected to bring more helping “arms” to the project. If there is enough manpower, the project can be launched before 2025, the description reads: “We look forward to receiving your support to complete the final steps in realizing our dream ourselves, perhaps even earlier than our own estimate.”

If you want to contribute to Skyblivion, readers can register here. To experience Skyblivion, players will need to own Skyrim Special Edition and Oblivion and all of its DLC.


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