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It has been more than three years since the release of "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" and despite the game's age, it continues to be one of the most replayed games out there. The game is consistently in Steam's most played list and it also features dozens of custom modifications by fans that happen so frequently it has lead to Gamespot ,making a regular video series about them. "Skyrim" is also well-known for having an incredibly rich and detailed world filled with tremendous detail, interesting characters and plenty of quests to partake in.

The latter has led to a Flickr gallery created by photographer Andrew, Cull who decided to showcase the sheer beauty of Bathesda's critically acclaimed masterpiece. Titled "The Faces Of Skyrim," this online photo exhibit presents some of the game's characters, races and landscapes at their most beautiful with Cull stating to Game Informer that there was no Photoshop or After Effects done to make the still shots look better, meaning that the photos were lifted from the game itself. Fans can check the photos of the many characters and races here and here, while those interested in the lavish landscapes can go here to check them out.

All the shots for "Faces of Skyrim" came from the PC version of the game, which has continued to grow in detail and popularity, thanks to the many modification options available, like the Steam Workshop. Also, it features many different modifications that can tweak and enhance the experience. There is also a more complex and technical process called the Skyrim Total Enhancement Project, or STEP, which includes dozens of customisation options that range from graphics to audio and even textures and menu screen.

Speaking of customisation and modifications, Polygon has reported that the "Skyrim" engine is being used to re-render a giant fan-made project: A remake of "The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind." Dubbed as "SkyWind" by the creators, this project has been in production since 2012 according to Polygon and is set for release soon. This ambitious project has Bethesda's seal of approval and its developers are currently looking for voice actors for the games villagers and dark elves.

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