Dec 12, 2016 06:54 AM EST
Top 4 Best ‘Elder Scrolls Online’ Mods Revealed [VIDEO]
The "Elder Scrolls Online" has become one of the best games for fans to play their favorite "Elder Scrolls" characters and travel the world of the video game without limits. Since it is the game franchise, fans really love to put mods in it to make it more fun for them to play. Here are the top four best mods that they can install in this game.
4. "Elder Scrolls Online" insMobs2Level
For players who want to get records of their experience after a kill, they can install the insMobs2Level mod to "Elder Scrolls Online." According to the official website of ESOUI, It adds experience gain readout to the chat log after they kill a mob, and it is great for those who calculate their experience gain during battles.
3. "Elder Scrolls Online" Wykkyd's Outfitter
The Wykkyd's Outfitter mod is a helpful one that gives convenience to the "Elder Scrolls Online" player in terms of outfit sets. For those who want to change outfits on the go without going through the menu, this mod will allow them to do it. They can bind their configurations to a key, which lets them change right away.
2. "Elder Scrolls Online" Wykkyd's Framework
The Wykkyds Framework is an essential mod for "Elder Scrolls Online" players who want to spice up their gameplay. It adds a lot of UI options and the Bazgrim's Toolbar that displays the current time, framerate, location, XP to next level, inventory space, gold, and many more details. This basically compresses all of the important details that players need to know in the game.
1. "Elder Scrolls Online" Foundry Tactical Combat
The Foundry Tactical Combat mod is a very essential one for "Elder Scrolls Online." It adds important combat data like floating damage text, low health, magicka, stamina notices, and has simpler bars.
"Elder Scrolls Online" next update is Homestead
In other "Elder Scrolls Online" related news, the next big update for the video game will be called Homestead. According to the official website of the video game, it will be launched in February and it will include player housing in an impressive way. The homes in the game will be account based so all characters can use them and they can buy as many as they like.
Check out the "Elder Scrolls Online" Homestead First Look video below:
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