Skyrim Includes Morrowind and Cyrodiil Landmass?

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Finnish blogger Jesse created a blog post on Tumblr that's attracting quite a bit of attention. Apparently, he managed to venture outside of Skyrim and eventually arrived at Red Mountain in Vvardenfell, which is part of Morrowind. As Jesse traveled further away from Skyrim the textures slowly degraded. Could this mean DLC, official updates, is it in place for modders to take advantage of or is it just there to keep the world of Skyrim realistic?

"The game doesn’t allow you to go any further. I find it strange, that there’s an area like this leading from Skyrim to Morrowind. Nowhere in the lore was this stone wall mentioned. And why would it be an open arch like that? Why not closed? Why is there a space at all between these mountains if we can’t go any further? As you can see there are still trees and foliage beyond this wall, but you aren’t able to access it without console commands.

So, I went into No-clip like the BAMF I am and travelled down this path."

You can read more on Jesse's Tumble blog.


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