If you ever play Skyrim and think you wish you could talk to other players through obscure messages like in elden ring, You’re lucky; There is now a mod for that.
Player news about the Dark Souls series, and now Elden Ring, is definitely a weird way to go about multiplayer. But they also provide a sense of community that many other games don’t offer. Thanks to the Skyrim Building Bridges mod, you can now share in-game messages that exist on almost every platform under the sun (thanks PCGamesN).
“This plugin allows players to interact with each other by leaving messages in the game world,” the mod’s description reads. “These messages will appear as other players playthrough, and you will also see what they wrote.” The description goes on to explain that messages can be left in any indoor or outdoor cell by any mod, which apparently means it’s also possible in the official DLC or any of the mods on Nexus or elsewhere.
Unlike a Souls game, you can write any type of message you like rather than giving people a limited word pool. While this might remove some of the mystique emanating from messages you’d find in the Lands Between, it means players can offer one another a little more help than usual. There is also a rating system and players can manage their messages at any time. It’s also possible to flag messages if a message violates a Building Bridges rule, one of which, very reasonably, is “no hate speech.”
Modder TommInfinite even presented a small showcase of what the mod looks like in action, showing players how their messages appear as a small note in the overworld. It’s a very cute addition to Skyrim, and one that makes the journey feel a little less lonely.
It’s also something to play around with while what’s likely to be a very long wait for The Elder Scrolls 6 continues, although mods for Skyrim in general raise the question of whether bethesda can even live up to what the fans have already achieved.
https://www.vg247.com/skyrim-elden-ring-message-mod Skyrim is getting an Elden Ring-style mod that allows players to text other players, “Try your finger but the hole.”