Skyrim: The Hunt For The Spectre introduces Elden Ring-inspired quest.
Skyrim remains one of the best gaming experiences due to the incredible support provided by its amazing modding community.
Skyrim remains one of the most influential fantasy RPG titles ever released; I personally prefer The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion myself. First released for PCs back in 2011, Skyrim has since seen release across various platforms with dedicated fans breathing new life into this popular title through story content addition, gameplay updates or visual upgrades.
FromSoftware has certainly left its own mark with Dark Souls and Bloodborne development, yet some might argue that Elden Ring may take some inspiration from Skyrim in terms of fantasy world design. Additionally, other parts of Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls series could likely serve as sources for creative input from FromSoftware as well.
Today’s mod of discussion, however, was clearly inspired by Elden Ring and you should check it out! Nimwraith (with help from ChakraSSE) created The Hunt for the Spectre which not only adds multiple questlines with multiple endings but also includes new locations and armour sets – it should definitely not be overlooked!
“The Hunt for the Spectre is an encounter-based quest mod centered on Ren (voiced by Alex Cain) and his pursuit of an evil serial killer known as ‘the Spectre. As you progress through, encounter after encounter will bring you ever closer to stopping this killer and providing his victims peace. Along your journey you’ll also learn more about Ren and why he hunts him,” reads its description on Nexusmods.
“This mod features multiple endings depending on a player’s actions and completion of various tasks, along with custom assets used to immerse them into an exclusive new experience,” as reported. Additionally, its writing draws heavily upon Elden Ring as well as Souls series as whole for inspiration as this tribute mod is dedicated exclusively for PC.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can now be found across an abundance of gaming platforms.