One Skyrim player has brought down the game's designs straight through the flooring sections by running it on a PC beneficently depicted as old, and we can't get over its demastered look.
Reddit client SomberKlepto shared an antiquated looking adaptation of Skyrim obviously running on a PC from 2012. Interestingly, Skyrim was initially delivered in 2011, so either this PC was obsolete even in those days or it's running one of the more up to date, somewhat refreshed adaptations of the game like the Special Edition. Likely both. In case this is the manner by which the base game looks, we would even prefer not to ponder what the Skyrim: Anniversary Edition and its 500 mods may do to this machine.
The picture justifies itself with real evidence. Shadows have been stripped out or decreased to rough angles. Surfaces either haven't stacked in or have been smoothed to lack of clarity. Our legend's sword seems as though a molded bone with shoe bands and the NPCs at this church building are evidently sharing one low-res face. Come on, the huge person in the back appears as though a playable warrior we haven't opened at this point.
On the off chance that you revealed to us this was Old School Runescape's first cut at a first-individual VR mode, we'd trust you. Truly, there are devoted Skyrim demaster mods that look limitlessly smoother than this. Trustworthy enhancer LowSpecGamer got Skyrim Special Edition running on machines well underneath the game's base framework prerequisites and it looks more current. SomberKlepto's PC is some sort of time bubble – an overlay of old and new that shouldn't work. However here we are gazing at RuneScape gold Whiterun NPCs that have caught a terrible instance of preservation.