The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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RCRN 3.6 - Realistic Colors and Real Nights (Classic preset)
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Feb 7, 2012 @ 12:40pm
Nov 18, 2012 @ 5:46am
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RCRN 3.6 - Realistic Colors and Real Nights (Classic preset)



RCRN is a total lighting and shaders revamp, it grants you an immersive gameplay experience without ruining the original feeling, finely tuned for indoor and outdoor scenes it also provides an incredible dynamic experience, weathers, lighting sources and HDR are dynamically generated and managed with our Hybrid Shaders engine!

Since v3.5 we totally reworked our exclusive Dynamic Interiors[] system, we added the new amazing Real Volumetric Fog[] and now everything can be easily managed through our fancy RCRN Customizer[] user interface!

This mod uses the power behind our .esp along with our custom Injector to generate a new and realistic color palette and an enhanced night-time.
The FPS drop is minimal, in the worst case about a 10% fps only in certain locations!


Skyrim Nexus[]
RCRN Official Website[]

RCRN comes with 3 different Presets. This is CLASSIC, the balanced one[][/u][/b]!
You can check also :

You only need to download our 'main file' once or if we drop an update marked as 'critical', normal updates wil be provided automatically via Steam Workshop.
(the 'main file' is needed because Workshop can't manage files located into the Skyrim folders).

This means that if for example you are updating from v3.0 to v3.6 you need to uninstall the old 'main file' and download the new one, because 3.6 is a 'critical' update. But if you are updating from v3.5 to v3.6 no action is required, because it's just an hotfix and the Workshop will auto-update to it!

1: I’ve installed RCRN, but now Skyrim crashes immediatly, what can i do?
You’re probably using an old version of the runtime DirectX component, you can update it through the Microsoft website:

2: Pure, Classic and Legacy can't be subscribed or installed at the same time! Since v3.0 you can switch presets by sub/unsub them without uninstalling!

3: We semplifield a lot the installation guide for Steam Workshop users, for read it go here:
(please read this also if you are having problems/issues/questions)

4: WARNING: please always remember to set bFloatPointRenderTarget=1 into your SkyrimPrefs.ini in order to take advantage of the better reflections introduced in RCRN v3.5!


simply run the provided Uninstaller. (located in the Microsoft Windows Uninstall tab)



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McDeath Dec 12, 2016 @ 1:47pm 
start with leg if new or want a better exp go with class but if you want hardcore go with pure aka pitch black nights
lupus_hegemonia Dec 2, 2016 @ 3:58am 
What's the difference, between these three versions of the current mod?
horsewhisperer2 Sep 17, 2016 @ 7:14pm 
too dark of night time, can,t see what i am doing
aLaaa  [author] May 7, 2016 @ 11:16am 
@Kim Jong Illest : switch to the Nexus version, we already solved that issue ;)
UGANDA WARRIOR May 6, 2016 @ 3:06pm 
No, I have the steam version. Is there a console command that I can use or is there a customizer for steam that I didn't know about?
aLaaa  [author] May 4, 2016 @ 3:40pm 
@Kim Jong Illest : did you set the weather cycle to fast in the RCRN Customizer? :)
UGANDA WARRIOR May 3, 2016 @ 1:40pm 
Are you guys currently working on a weather cycle fix? My weather doesn't change anymore and there are a lot of people who have the same problem because of using post-beta versions.
Agent Pancake Nov 10, 2015 @ 5:46am 
great mod that trully transform the game, making it much more immersive. thank you very much!
Definitely Jarge Jul 22, 2015 @ 8:25am 
I hate to be rude but since i follow you does that make me muslim considering your aLaa?
aLaaa  [author] May 24, 2015 @ 1:17am 
@SilverEights : that's not an our fault, for compatibility reasons we don't mess with lights placement, but there are several mods handling that. However there is always an In-Cell technical limit to light sources, so not every fire/candle/source can be lighted on, unfortunately the Skyrim engine is a bit old for handling properly that kind of stuff.