Hayssam Keilany has been hard at work on his iCEnhancer mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. These screenshots were released on his facebook page. The mod is a work in progress at the moment but is already beginning to look great. If you’ll remember, Keilany worked on the iCEnhancer for Grand Theft Auto IV, making the game look a whole lot better. Here’s to hoping the Skyrim attempt pays off.
Grand Theft Auto IV has never looked so fine! The 2.0 version of the iCEnhancer has been released. The download for the widely used and well known graphics mod is here. The video was created using the Rockstar video editor. The reflections on the cars look stunning!
When news of an iCEnhancer mod came through for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, we got excited. With the mod in Alpha stage, Hayssam Keilany posted some screenshots of the mod compared to the base original. The colours and changes are still in the rough works but its already looking amazing. The environments show greater detail and vibrancy. No release target for the mod yet, hang in there folks!
The popular graphics mod, iCEnhancer, which was used on GTA IV for more realistic graphics, is set to come to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The PC mod improves the textures and contrast levels to provide a more realistic art style. There’s no date on the release time for the mod, but here are the firs two screenshots.
The successful GTA IV ‘iCEnhancer’ mod may be headed over to Battlefield 3 according to the French modder Hayssam Keilany. The mod aims to create more realistic textures and lighting. The first picture is with the mod turned off and the second is with the mod enabled. There is a pretty striking difference, particularly with the lighting and colour.