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Could Bethesda Include HD Textures with Creation Kit Launch Tomorrow?

Category: Gaming
Posted: 07:13PM

The Creation Kit for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is scheduled to launch tomorrow, and Bethesda's Pete Hines said it would include a "special surprise." What exactly that surprise is has not been discussed, but one individual has done some digging to potentially give away the surprise. It appears the Creation Kit will include HD textures for Skyrim, at least according to the Steam Content Description Records. Modders have been improving the textures in Skyrim to give PC gamers something higher resolution than the console textures included, but, if this rumor proves true, Bethesda will have taken the initiative to improve the textures itself. Whether these HD textures will actually be included and at what resolution remains to be seen, but luckily the Creation Kit is scheduled to launch tomorrow when all will be revealed.

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potatochobit on February 6, 2012 07:25PM
and why would a game released at the beginning of 2012 not have HD textures in the first place? oh wait, duke nukem didnt have them either. I would like to think id software does their best for the community but these past few years they have done alot of crap that would say otherwise.
Waco on February 6, 2012 07:45PM
Do you ever read anything that you troll? Skyrim came out last year. It's called an "HD texture pack" because the textures are higher resolution than what came with it, not that they weren't "high definition" to start with. id Software has nothing to do with Duke Nukem or Skyrim, so I'm not sure why you even decided to bring that up.
Muchoman1 on February 6, 2012 08:50PM
im glad if it is hd textures, but alot of meshes need to be improved too, like circular fence posts are pentagons and the stone walls and ground is just a flat mesh
Stonerboy779 on February 7, 2012 03:44PM
Consoles are great right?

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