New Skyrim Mod Adds Climbing Feature, Modernizing Gameplay
A new Skyrim mod called Skyclimb introduces a climbing mechanic, enhancing the gameplay experience and making it more akin to modern games.
Since its release on July 31, Skyclimb has garnered over 10,000 downloads, but it hasn’t been without its fair share of bug reports. Players have encountered issues like resetting to the starting point of their climb, vaulting into tables, and experiencing softlocks when interacting with Skyrim’s enchanting tables. As the mod is relatively new, it’s expected to undergo several updates and improvements to iron out these issues. Despite the reported problems, Skyclimb’s core mechanic appears to function effectively, allowing players to access areas that would otherwise be unreachable.
It’s worth noting that while Skyclimb shines in Whiterun, it may not be optimized for every corner of Skyrim’s expansive map. However, given the mod’s active development, many of the reported problems are likely to be resolved in upcoming updates. For players who enjoy exploring hidden nooks and crannies in Skyrim’s open world or capturing breathtaking in-game photography from lofty vantage points, this mod could prove to be an invaluable addition. Nevertheless, due to the intricacies of Skyrim’s world design, there’s a possibility that Skyclimb may conflict with certain aspects of the game, potentially resulting in crashes or glitches.