The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released almost ten years ago, but it still remains popular and sells well. The secret lies in the excellent design of the game, designed for maximum audience reach: Skyrim is beautiful, understandable and easy to learn. The rest of the fans “finish off” with mods – for example, add a combat system from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Unlike the original Skyrim combat system, the work of the enthusiast with the nickname Lert Krush is much more focused on the timely setting of blocks, conducting counterattacks, stun and, of course, evading enemy attacks. All this together makes the game much more dynamic and demanding on gaming skill than the original TES V.
The creator of the modification says that she’s almost ready, but right now he can’t post it in open access. The reason is the use of the Ultimate Combat Mod modification, on the basis of which Skyrim Die Twice is built. First, Lert Krush must get approval from the author of another mod in order to share his version with the community.