Skyrim mod Enderal gets a release date in its latest trailer, showing off the game’s story and hand-crafted areas, as well as some impressive voice-acting.

Ever since its release in 2011, Skyrim, like many Bethesda titles, has been blessed with an extremely active modding community. Now with the special next-gen edition of the game coming out, a group of German Elder Scrolls fans known as SureAI prove they are not to be outdone, releasing a trailer for their latest modded expansion: Enderal.

Enderal is a brand new experience for Skyrim fans, featuring a whole new story in an open world filled to the brim with its own lore, as well as “hand-crafted, detailed and diverse landscapes.” It’s not just new content that the mod brings with it, but a complete overhaul to the base game too. With 30 to 100 hours of expected playtime, this award-winning mod changes Skyrim‘s skill system, introducing new classes and special abilities.

What really makes the mod stand out from the crowd is the impressive voice acting that has gone into the game. SureAI have gathered dozens of speakers, some with a professional background, in order to create a more immersive experience when players enter the new areas made available with Enderal‘s installation.

Although the trailer above is in German, the team state there are localizations in both German and English coming with the mod’s release. The German version will launch between July 1-3, while English speakers will have to wait until the end of the month to experience all the mod has to offer.

Recently, the team behind the Beyond Skyrim project offered a look at their latest work, which aims to add all the lands of Tamriel to the base Skyrim experience. Not only that but a new trailer from Skywind developers also shows The Elder Scrolls: Morrowwind already making a comeback as part of the newer title. Combine these three mods and starting a new character in the latest chapter of the Elder Scrolls franchise could have a player locked to their screens for weeks to come.

This should certainly help alleviate the anguish felt by fans when Bethesda’s vice president of PR and marketing Pete Hines announced that The Elder Scrolls 6 is currently not in development. However, with a talented modding community like Skyrim‘s, there will be no shortage of content for players anytime soon, even without the Special Edition’s release.

Skyrim is available now for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Enderal will launch on July 1-3 for German speakers, with an English version coming by the end of July.