The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, published in 2011 but released to every device it finds every year, can now play 60 FPS on the new generation console PlayStation 5.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, published and developed by Bethesda, has almost no platform left since 2011, the year it was released. You can now play this game at 60 FPS on PlayStation.
According to the news of EuroGamer, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 can now play Skyrim at 60 FPS. But again thanks to a mod. With the mod you can find here, you can play PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 Skyrim at 60 FPS. Even though you install mods, the game’s Achievements are not disabled.
However, let’s remind you that Skyrim’s upgrade for the next generation has not yet arrived. Bethesda has announced that it will upgrade some of its games to the next generation, but the dates and which games are unclear. Skyrim is currently working on next-generation consoles thanks to backward compatibility.
It should be noted that Skyrim has been running 60 FPS on Xbox One X since November.