How To Download Oblivion Mods

"Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion" is one of the best RPG's to date having won the game of the year award, and if you want to enhance your gameplay value, you should know how to download "Oblivion" mods. A mod, or modification, changes the core game by adding new weapons, characters or houses, and are usually created by other players, making them free to download and use. Downloading and installing mods may be slightly challenging for a beginner, which is why you should pay attention to the following steps.

  1. Ensure that "Oblivion" is installed on your computer. The first step is, obviously, to make sure that "Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion" is installed on your computer before downloading "Oblivion" mods. It's system requirements are quite high, so make sure your computer is able to handle its cutting edge graphics and superior frame rate.
  2. Now find a website to download mods from. Many of them exist, and certain sites such as can help you find websites that have the best mods to download. Mods for "Oblivion" come in a myriad of varieties and types so you will have to choose which ones you want to download. Of course, there is no limit on the number of mods you wish to download and install.
  3. Now install the mods. In most cases, mods will be in compressed forms, which is why you will need a RAR software such as WinRAR to decompress them. After decompression, simply copy and paste the files inside your \Oblivion\Data directory and they should show up in game the next time you boot up "Oblivion."



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