For this recurring segment, we will be highlighting the five biggest stories on ModDB for the prior week. Whether it's new mod announcements, major mod releases, or important stories that affect the mod scene as a whole, you'll find them rounded up here each week.
The Week of May 12 2019
The Elder Scrolls: Total War is a total conversion of Medieval 2 Total War - Kingdoms. It gives you a glimpse into the world of The Elder Sсrolls, as the head of one of the 20 factions fighting for dominance over Tamriel.
Have you ever dreamed about seeing DOOM in HD or with modern feel? Well today you are lucky, Doom Remake 4 is basically a compilation of mods that make it look more polished and aesthetic. It brings you: High Resolution Textures with PBR materials, 3D models of every object and enemy, New HUD (modified DoomVisor), Brutal mods with plenty of blood and gibs.
Duke Forces is a modification of Duke Nukem 3d inspired by the Star Wars Dark Forces series. It works with all Duke Nukem 3D levels and automatically converts weapons, enemies, textures, sprites, music... pretty much everything into Star Wars content.
This mod randomizes almost everything in Half-Life to give it a new, fresh way to play. You could get a hornet gun instead of the crowbar. A headcrab could be an assassin. Anything is possible, and no matter how many times you've played Half-Life, you'll never see what's coming.
Nightdive Studios has announced the release of Blood: Fresh Supply, a modernised re-release of Monolith’s 1997 classic first-person horror-shooter. This re-release includes support for modern operating systems and video resolutions, gamepad control support, new multiplayer netcode and split-screen mode, true 3D mouselook, as well as all of the the original game’s expansions included. Most exciting is fact that mod support in this re-release is still present – to the point where all of the original game’s mods are still supported and playable within Fresh Supply.