Bethesda games offer the modders a great opportunity to penetrate into impressive large-scale virtual worlds and fix the bugs left by the Studio. Same thing with Skyrim VR (2018), which, despite all its charms, still clearly needs improvement to make it more similar to VR-game, the way it was supposed to be in all senses.
New mod created by the developer NexusMods, “FlyingParticle”, corrects many non-virtual reality moments that were essentially transferred from the flat-screen version of Skyrim, namely excessive dependence on text menus and the inventory system of interaction with objects with the mouse.
The mod, dubbed HIGGS VR (interaction of gravitational and hand gloves) that adds some very useful abilities, inspired by Half-Life: Alyx. When it is installed, both arms and subjects have the opportunity to come into contact with of attraction.
Borrowing the mechanics of the gravity glove from HLA, the mod also allows you to highlight and select items in the distance and the power to seize them. In conjunction with another mod called VRIK Player Avatar, you can add dynamic poses for a more realistic interaction with objects.
Looting is a much more natural experience as you can hide items by placing them in inventory over the shoulder on the back. You can also move bodies and remove their armor, pulling on it, which really improves the immersion.
HIGGS VR works only with the versions of Skyrim VR for PC. You can download it on the website Nexus Mods, where a large number of mods for many games, including many of fans ‘ favorite mods for Skyrim VR.
See how Maude HIGGS VR in the video below: