This Skyrim VR Clip Showing a Player Casually Slapping Nazeem is Hysterical

Playing Skyrim in VR gives a much more immersive experience, and this new mod allows players to interact with the world in some amusing ways.


Image from Skyrim showing Nazeem with a large hand moving quickly towards him.

Virtual reality is one of those technologies that has been bandied around for many years, but it’s only relatively recently that it’s become a much more formidable way of interacting with digital worlds. There are many fantastic free VR games out there, such as Spider-Man: Far From Home and Surgeon Simulator: Meet The Medic, so it’s starting to find its home among gamers. With the likes of Skyrim VRplayers are given a much more immersive experience and sometimes that can lead to some mirthful antics.

GAMERANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

In a recent post on the gaming Subreddit, user BlackNair has uploaded a video of them playing the VR mode from Scream only with a bit of a twist. Using a new mod called “PLANCK – Physical Animation and Character Kinetics,” they are able to interact with the environment in new ways. In this case, they can be seen grabbing the much hated NPC Nazeem by the collar, and proceeding to slap them silly while the character simply looks on devoid of emotion.

RELATED: Satisfying Skyrim Image Shows Organized Bookshelf

For those who are perhaps not as familiar with the game as others, Nazeem is one of the most despised Skyrim NPCs, with one player dedicating themselves to killing him every day until The Elder Scrolls 6 is released. His general snobbery about how the player has undoubtedly never been to the Cloud District has caused many gamers to view the Redguard citizen with nothing but disdain. This just makes the clip of the Dragonborn slapping him multiple times even funnier, especially with the sounds being made.


The resulting video is genuinely hilarious to watch, but it also showcases what can be done in the mod. Some may be questioning whether Skyrim VR is worth it, but with PLANCK, there are new character interactions, along with greater physical accuracy when it comes to melee hit detection, and more. According to the description page, it “fundamentally changes” how characters in the game are animated and means that players can “physically influence” other NPCs using their hands or weapons. And yes, it will also allow fans to pet dogs as well.

In general, playing the game in virtual reality will do wonders for the gorgeous locations that exist within Skyrim. It’s already a beautiful looking game, so the addition of a VR headset increases that immersion even more. However, it’s probably fair to say that seeing users like BlackNair doling out slaps to Nazeem in the middle of the street will likely make more people want to try out the PLANCK mod.


The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.

MORE: The Hardest Quests in Skyrim

Source: Nexus Mods


horizon-forbidden-west-aloy-timesipper-beach

Horizon Forbidden West Fan Makes Stylish Postcard Featuring Aloy

Read Next


About The Author

Leave a Comment