We’re never short of new Skyrim mods to check out, thanks to the decade-old RPG’s ever-dedicated and talented community. But, every now and then, a new mod rolls around that knocks our socks off – and Netherworks’ new Follower Framework mod looks like it could well be one of these. It’s a hugely impressive and “resource-friendly” add-on that lets you bring up to ten companions with you on your adventures, adding some real immersive depth to the experience through lots of customisation options.
There’s a lot to Nether’s mod, and it’s impressively far-reaching and deep in its scope. The framework is essentially a “multi-follower framework that is easy on game resources and gives you the choice between animal or humanoid companions”, as the modder explains, that folds in a wide range of adjustable and tailorable features.
It has a “robust” MCM menu that lets you tweak options across various gameplay areas, like sandboxing, mount and riding support, combat, movement, control, actions, and – well, you get the drift.