Skyrim mod created as Bethesda job application

Fan-made Skyrim mod could land 19-year old at Bethesda

July 18, 2013
Skyrim Falskaar

In order to try and get a job at Bethesda, a 19-year old has created a massive mod for Skyrim which adds more than 25 hours of gameplay to the open-world RPG.

Alexander Velicky is the young man behind the mod, Falskaar, and put in around 2,000 hours of work in order to create the mod.

Falskaar even recorded some unique audio, and got 29 actors on board to help produce the new dialogue. An original score by Adamm Khuevrr was also added to the game.

“I did this because I love game design, it’s my life, and I want a job at Bethesda Game Studios as a level designer,” said Velicky. “This was for you, Bethesda. I’ll be applying for a job there very soon; I just hope they are as impressed as you guys seem to be,” added Velicky, speaking of the feedback from the community.

Velicky’s Falskaar is available at Nexus Mods.

Source: Nexus Mods

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