The Forgotten City
The Forgotten City is a unique experience: a murder mystery investigation in an ancient underground city. You’ll explore, interrogate suspects, navigate challenging moral dilemmas, fight new enemies, and solve puzzles that reward lateral thinking. It features an original orchestral soundtrack, voice work by talented actors, and multiple endings.
The Notice Board Redefined - New Meshes and Textures
Adds real 3D paper and nail meshes, with all-new hi-res lore-friendly notes and wood textures to MannyGT's wonderful mod, The Notice Board. 4K and 2K available.
Sylvanas-a standalone follower
this mod add a Sylvanas into skyrim as a follower
Snowberry natural
Snowberry natural
True Dogs Of Skyrim
True Dogs Of Skyrim
Luthwen-The Elf Follower from Middle Earth
An elf follower mod
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  • added 1 week ago

    Hello Nexus!

    posted by SirSalami Site News
    Thank you Robin, for the warm welcome! I'm Dave, your new Community Manager humbly reporting for duty!

    I'm a lifelong mod enthusiast. Starting with ZZT as a kid, I’ve been fascinated with modding both as a consumable and as a creative outlet. I've had the privilege of dabbling with many game engines and interacting with the communities they inevitably spawn. From Doom to GTA V, if it's moddable, I've probably played it. Though as I'm sure some of you can relate with, I sometimes get so caught up installing add-ons that I forget to play the games! Ah, such is the life of a modder. Mods not onl ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 1 week ago

    Introducing our new Community Manager

    posted by Dark0ne Game News
    Back at the beginning of March I announced a job opening on the sites for a new Community Manager role. Putting a friendly face on the sites from someone who could dedicate all their time to bettering the community, within the community, has been long over-due and now, almost 7 months later, the position has finally been filled.

    It's taken a long time due to, in no small part, the sheer number of people who applied for the position. After only a few weeks I took down the job listing after receiving over 400 applications, many of them absolutely excellent candidates for the position. Over the co ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 weeks ago

    Update on NMM version 0.60 and FAQ

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Yesterday we released version 0.60 of NMM, which, as the announcement said, is a major update to the way NMM handles files.

    While the update seems to have worked for a lot of people (as in, they installed it, NMM successfully migrated their files to the new system, and everything continued as normal), it also doesn't seem to have worked for some others. We're struggling to actually ascertain how many people it hasn't worked for because most people are focusing on sending us insults, hate, or, in some cases, death threats (yes, death threats...I can't help but laugh at the stupidity of it). Righ ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 weeks ago

    NMM 0.60 Beta released with profiling. Sharing profiles to follow soon.

    posted by Dark0ne Game News
    We released the Alpha version of our major milestone 0.60 version of the Nexus Mod Manager back at the end of January. The idea of the Alpha was to provide an optional download for users who wanted to test out the NMM profiling functionality and help us to get it ready for an official Beta release without forcing everyone to update their NMM installations. 40,000 users downloaded this version of NMM and, over the past 8 months, the NMM programmers have been working on refining this functionality and fixing any bugs reported to them. After 9 updates with very little in the way of major issues w ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 1 month ago

    Why we can't use Patreon, and talking about donations and doing more to ...

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    It's been just over 4 months since the paid modding fiasco failed and Valve stopped the sale of mods on the Skyrim Workshop. I'm not here to beat the dead horse on what happened then, but I am here to talk about one of the major fall out points (pun not intended) from that situation, specifically, donations to mod authors.

    During the time when paid modding was active, and in the aftermath, two things became very clear; a lot of users on the Nexus didn't know it was even possible to donate money to their favourite mod authors, and the amount of money donated to mod authors was so negligible it b ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 months ago

    UX / UI Designer needed

    posted by BlindJudge Game News
    If you have read my previous news post you will be aware that we are now looking to recruit a part-time User Experience / User Interface (UX/UI) Designer. This is integral to getting the redesign of the site correct and we need a professional to come onboard as soon as possible to help us!

    We've received a heck of a lot of feedback from the survey we ran and on top of that lots of members have been sending me personal messages about what they'd like to see changed on the sites. From the information I've received, I know that you are all very interested in being a part of this process. The Nexu ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 months ago

    Survey Responses!

    posted by BlindJudge Site News
    The results are in!

    Well the results are in and I thank you for all the time, effort and input that went into completing the surveys. We had over 25,000 responses in a two and a half day period which took both Robin and I totally by surprise and just reinforced our belief in the passionate community we have here at NexusMods.

    I've put all the comments into two different documents and am now in the process of reading them, making notes and tallying the suggestions up so that we get an idea of what we can do to best improve the experience for you all.

    Like I said before, this process is open to t ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    A big "Hello" to the Community

    posted by BlindJudge Site News
    Hi all,

    If you’re reading this and you're wondering who I am then you might want to check out Robin's news post that briefly introduces me. But let me explain a little more about myself. Firstly, a big hello!

    Okay, so my name is Paul and I go under the forum name BlindJudge - which comes from one of my favourite looking wakeboard tricks and no, I can’t do it - yet!

    I’m a passionate gamer who enjoys pretty much any game going, my Steam collection is pretty vast (1100+ games at present) and contains everything from the latest blockbusters through to some lesser known but amazing gems of i ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    Introducing our "Director of Content" at Nexus Mods

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Back in March we put up a job posting for a Community Manager position at Nexus Mods. I was looking for someone who was a part of the modding community who could be a friendly-face on the sites and would handle a lot of the PR and community side of things on the Nexus which has been lacking in recent years.

    Over 400 people applied for the position and over the course of a couple of months I whittled down the applicant list to a "short-list" of 30 people, and then further down to a shorter-list of 4. Before I contacted these remaining 4 individuals, however, I met up with a close gaming friend f ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    It's holiday/DDoS season

    posted by Dark0ne Game News
    Over the past 24 hours the Nexus sites have gone down 3 times, sometimes for as much as an hour. It's school holiday season which means it's also DDoS season, typically a time when an abnormally high amount of DDoS attacks happen (logical conclusion is...?). We're told by our hosts that we are not the target but unfortunately we're being taken down due to the attacks happening against our host's and main data centre's infrastructure. It's nice to know we're not the target, at least, but obviously it still sucks.

    If you're wondering why we don't just "do something" about it. We do. We pay a lot ...(continue reading the full article)