Skyrim VR Livestream: Zelda Mod Relics Of Hyrule Showcase

by David Jagneaux • April 12th, 2018

The day that Nintendo embraces VR and lets us embark on immersive adventures in Hyrule will likely be the day I quit my job, leave my family, and figure out a way to live entirely inside the digitized halls of the Temple of Time. But that day is probably pretty far off so in the meantime we’ve got modders to help us out.

Relics of Hyrule is a (for lack of a better term) legendary Skyrim mod that adds literally hundreds of items and bits of lore from Nintendo’s iconic The Legend of Zelda game series. It doesn’t incorporate any new quests, but instead drops breadcrumb trails and obscure hints throughout the entire game for players to follow and uncover forgotten relics and items of ancient power ripped directly from over two decades of Zelda lore. That includes the Master Sword, Hylian Shield, Majora’s Mask, and a ton of others.

For today’s livestream we’re going to focus 100% on this mod, Relics of Hyrule, for our first real Skyrim VR mod showcase. I’ve gone through and noted locations of several key items which I’ll delve down and retrieve on the stream and then begin working through one of the over a dozen brand new dungeons on my quest to acquire the mythical Ocarina of Time itself.

We’re aiming to start the stream later today in about a half hour from the time of this article’s publication, which comes out to 1:30PM PT and we’ll plan on running it for approximately two hours:

We’ll continue livestreaming VR games a lot more often now and you can see our archived streams all in this one handy Livestream playlist over on the official UploadVR YouTube channel (which you should totally subscribe to by the way). You can watch our big showcase here or our gameplay of a voice control mod in action here.

Let us know which games you want us to livestream next and what you want to see us do, specifically, in Skyrim VR for PC. Comment with feedback down below!

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  • Courtney A Jeff

    The day we generate income by being in vr is when I will have a hobby and job that become one.Praise Jesus my Lord and Savior.

    • Brian Brown

      “Praise Jesus my Lord and Savior”

      I’m hoping this is sarcasm of some kind. Jesus was a cult leader in the bronze age. There were hundreds of others in that area at that time period. If you believe in the ‘Lord and Savior’ stuff, I’m all about believing He-Man is KING.

  • impurekind

    I dream of the day Nintendo makes an actual first party Zelda game in VR and in first person! If Nintendo worked to its [often] industry-leading standard (in terms of control implementation and general gameplay mechanics and feel) then it would be something sooo special . . .

    • Ellie 187

      Absolutely… their gameplay design is the best in the industry… what they lack in the grunt power race of the console scene they more than make up for that small short coming with top notch game design, art direction (pretty impressive what they pull off with much weaker hardware), high frame rate (60fps for most of their titles, locked 30fps for others), outstanding gameplay mechanics (absurdly high fun factor) and careful attention to perfecting even the most minor details that make the game feel alive.

      The best gaming combination has always been in my home a high end gaming PC + a Nintendo console keeps all my bases covered in silky smooth 60fps+ gaming

      Nintendo will be the last to join the VR party, but knowing them and how well they design games, they will hit out of the park…. i have a feeling my PC VR (Vive/Rift) would collect dust when Ninty releases their VR hardware.

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  • Jean-Sebastien Perron

    Nintendo has never respected their fans. You want VR, they will never give it to you. To be a Nintendont fan, you need to be a cuck stuck in the past.

  • Jean-Sebastien Perron

    Yet, this website is not talking about the biggest VR news : VR Kanojo released on Steam.