What Skyrim Looks Like When You're Running 100 Mods At Once

In the event that you're not much of a PC enthusiast, you're likely not privy to just how game-altering the fan-created modifications for Bethesda's titles can be. But every once in awhile, an online feature comes along that really sends that message home. And that's exactly what I'm picking up from this new screenshot-laden article on Kotaku that showcases what The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can look like with enough downloading and patience:
My copy of Skyrim would usually fall over once I started running more than, say, 8-10 mods at once. So I've got no idea how modder Unreal has managed to get around 100 mods running at once. I'm just going to assume sorcery.

His site catalogues the adventures his rig is taking running that much stuff at once, showcasing not only which mods he's got running (and why), but also some of the most impossibly beautiful screenshots I've ever seen for the game.

Seriously, the fact these are screens taken from a version of the game that's even remotely playable blows my mind. That grass (the one thing that does seriously hamper fps) looks like it travelled back in time from video games, circa 2017.