Enderal - The Shards of Order is a total conversion in development for Skyrim and the sequel to Nehrim: At Fate's Edge by SureAI. The story of Enderal is not set in the Elder Scrolls world of Tamriel, but takes place in its own universe, creating a new, interesting world completely unrelated to Skyrim with a complex, dark storyline and thousands of secrets to discover.


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6 comments by TheRealJojo on Feb 18th, 2015

Greetings,
a couple of months ago we were contacted by Bethesda who were asking for an interview - to which we, of course, agreed!

Apart from information on our project, we were also asked some questions whose answers you might find interesting. Just find out for yourself!

SureAI on bethblog.com
All the best,SureAI

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kajmirbeats
kajmirbeats Dec 14 2014, 4:30pm says:

I must be honest...from the images of the landscape of Enderal I have been a bit disappointed because they haven't been looking as good as Nehrim was (except for Sun Temple concept art that still blows me away!!)...but what the English trailer shows is absolutely magnificent! I love the landscape and the architecture and unique style that you guys bring! I am so excited for this mod and have been waiting for it since day 1 like the rest of us! Since its being released in 2015 I sure hope its a spring release!

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Hazzmat305
Hazzmat305 Dec 14 2014, 8:17pm replied:

I kinda get what you mean about the graphics but I think that's the fault of the engine. Skyrim is somehow not as sharp as Oblivion. Skyrim is blurry somehow while Oblivion was vibrant and picturesque.

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Wigbold
Wigbold Dec 14 2014, 9:58pm replied:

Interesting, I always felt the opposite way round. I didn't like the Oblivion engine that much. I think it made everything look a bit artificial and cartonish and the lighting system and the colour sheme they used made things even worse. The only thing it was kinda good at were the forests and the view distance. I think Skyrims Creation Engine is a huge step forward from that and looks way more realistic and creates much more immersive environments.

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Hazzmat305
Hazzmat305 Dec 15 2014, 8:49am replied:

individual objects are harder to spot in Skyrim maybe that makes more sense. Oblivion was a bit cartoonish maybe but I think it didn't distract from the experience. Nehrim did not at all look cartoonish and in fact was more gothic while still keeping everything clear and sharp looking.

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utael
utael Dec 13 2014, 11:07pm buried:

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Why should this mod be mod of the year for 2014 its not released, has no beta option. To be honest there is nothing of value here at all except some trailers that aren't very informative and screenshots that could be achieved with little to no work.

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Guest
Guest Dec 14 2014, 9:53am replied:

Your drunk Utael go home

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Guest
Guest Dec 14 2014, 5:37am replied:

You should do this because we are only nominated for the "upcoming mod of the year". ;) This voting contains only unreleased mods.

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glassesmcgee
glassesmcgee Dec 13 2014, 11:22pm buried:

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I agree, it could probably be worth the vote when it comes out but seems stupid to vote for something not released when there are amazing, released mods right now.

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Synthoras
Synthoras Dec 14 2014, 1:11am replied:

Well there are two categories upcoming mods and released mods...do you both have the brain capacity of a pea?

And if you think that the Trailer and Screenshots could have been done with no work ....no words that's just stupid.

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kshyk
kshyk Dec 13 2014, 10:44am says:

Coming 2015 - probably December...

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Hazzmat305
Hazzmat305 Dec 13 2014, 4:06pm replied:

so what if it is december be thankful it is coming... assume they starting development in 2012 that means the game is coming out in less than 4 years that's actually pretty quick for a mod considering nehrim took over 4 years.

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Wigbold
Wigbold Dec 13 2014, 11:38am replied:

Maybe, but chances are good we get our hands on it a bit earlier, as they told a german gaming magazine that was allowed to play a demo version, they are aiming for a release in the first half of 2015. So, fingers crossed.

If you want to see some actual gameplay (in german though), you can find a preview of the demobuild on youtube. All work in progress and a couple of months old, of course.

Youtube.com

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