The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Josh 4 feb., 2014 @ 12:34am
dont bother getting the high texture pack
Its all bull anyway... there is no difference between that texture pack and high textures from ingame...
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Ilja 4 feb., 2014 @ 12:54am 
It comes to you with LE anyway. You don't have to keep it enabled though.

I did see a good difference between HD and standard texture. It was not as visible than standard HD and 2K Textures, but it was there.
tinywars 4 feb., 2014 @ 12:58am 
Have to disagree. I saw a huge difference straight away.
Difference was impressive in my case.
Josh I agree with the other it does make a difference
Definitely a difference on my system in both visual appeal and performance when switching between the default high resolution textures and the High Resolution Pack textures.

This is primarily observed on clothing, doors, and other objects.

Actor faces seem to be about the same.
Zenith 4 feb., 2014 @ 6:36am 
There's definitely a difference. It's taken the game from half-baked rushed console port, to something more worthy of a PC release. I can only assume that the OP is running on settings which negate those differences.
Josh 4 feb., 2014 @ 6:37am 
im on default high
If you're talking about the official HD pack then I agree with you, if you're talking 'bout the unofficial HD packs, no way...
Josh 4 feb., 2014 @ 7:20am 
oh i was talking about the official
Ikagun 4 feb., 2014 @ 7:24am 
Took me like 2 days to download it, and then I couldn't even use it
i noticed the difference straight away. Not so much textures as i have everything set to Ultra but the colours of Whiterun appeared more vibrant and warm, before i remember them being cold and lacking colour.
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Lichinia 4 feb., 2014 @ 7:44am 
big difference for me too
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