Skyrim Mod adds Medieval Style Batman and Arkham-Esque Catwoman

The Caped Crusader and the Jewel Thief are coming to Skyrim, apparently courtesy of Warner Bros. Games

Ah, Skyrim, Skyrim, Skyrim, Skyrim. You are the fifth of The Elder Scrolls, and boy oh boy have you lasted a long time. Even though it’s been more than a decade since the vanilla game launched, Skyrim really found an afterlife with the modding community with so much content being added. The latter brings a DC vibe to Skyrim Special Edition, and it’s even got permission from Warner Bros.

The ‘Batman and Catwoman’ mod was created from a Tenebris (meaning “dark” in Latin) and adds some very nice recreations of the Batman and Catwoman costumes from the Batman: Arkham games, “ported courtesy of Warner Bros. Games” according to the modder.


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The mod adds The Dark Knight of the Round Table armor from Batman: Arkham Origins, which is a heavy armor set and with modular elements so players can adjust whether they want to go all in or customize the torso, gloves, boots, cowl and cape. The modder hasn’t just completely recreated either as the textures were tweaked to better fit Skyrim’s setting. It has been well thought out so that the Batman and Catwoman costumes fit more into the medieval world of The Elder Scrolls.

Batman mod for Skyrim featuring a character resembling actor Ben Affleck wearing a heavy suit of armor with a hood
Via Tenebris

The mod also includes The Batman vs. Superman Batsuit from Batman: Arkham Knight, which is a light armor set. Additionally, there are several covers that will replace the character’s head with Ben Affleck’s, or at least a likeness of the actor’s eyes and mouth. Tidbit: Affleck appeared as Batman in five feature films, the most of any actor to portray the Caped Crusader.

As for Catwoman, her cat suit is from Batman: Arkham City and is a light armor set. And it looks pretty awesome. All items, for either Catwoman or Batman, can be crafted in the smithy, and all items can be tempered once the mod is installed. Cowls meanwhile will not suit Khajiits while Elves will have ears that clip through. There are further details on how to make your mod shine on the Nexus mods page.

Tenebris has made sure to credit Warner Bros. Games and Rocksteady Studios, but the work they have done is impressive. For those looking to point Skyrim towards a Dark Knight kind of vibe, you can find the Batman and Catwoman mods on Nexus Mods here.

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