Credits and distribution permission. Page 1 of 2 - Messed Up Physics, Flying Objects and Flickering Water - posted in Skyrim Mod Troubleshooting: Hi Guys, Please can someone help me!!!. Other user's assets All the assets in this file belong to the author, or are from free-to-use modder's resources; Upload permission You are not allowed to upload this file to other sites under any circumstances; Modification permission You must get permission from me before you are allowed to modify my files to improve it However it seems that I Mod configuration menu does not want to appear, which stinks, cause it is the only was I can change things, like speed stamina consumption. Now all you need is just jump forward. You never fly so easy and natural. Page 1 of 2 - Flying NPC glitch / ground collision bug. - posted in Skyrim Technical Support: This isnt the first and probably wont be the last time I experience a bug like this in Skyrim or any other Bethesda game. I fixed all the bugs I found, (including the walking speed turning into cheetah mode after flying) and added a few features. After that your character will get pair of wings on its back. This mod adds the Darkwater Den to the game, which is basically a marsh-looking house that will make any Argonian feel like they belong there. When I type the 'help configuration' command in the console, it does see that the flying mod is a thing, but it still won't show up as a mod … By pressing a key you go to the next speed level, or reduce it when pressing the opposite key. Also I found that it had a few bugs, plus I disagreed with the choice of making stamina the requirement instead of magicka. I'm a console gamer and I wanted to know if, when Skyrim Remastered is released, any flight mods will be compatible with the PS4 version? How do I fix it? There aren't usually a lot of ways that PS4 players end up in this situation, but they've actually been outclassed by Xbox fans in the mods department this time around thanks to Skyrim: Special Edition.. PlayStation 4 players are now playing catch up twice with this revamped Skyrim experience: once to meet the PC community's insane plethora of mods, and again to just get on par … For The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs Q&A question titled "Is the Real Flying mod a mod for the ps4, also, is the Celes Nightingale Armor mod for ps4 too? Instead FNIS Flyer has pre-defined speed levels (forward 4, backward 1, up 2, down 2, right 1, left 1). About this mod. The creator of the mod put a lot of effort into it, as he made it based on the Black Marsh content that you find in Elder Scrolls online, so it truly feels like you’re on the homeland of the Argonians. This mod allow you to fly a new way. It works pretty damn well but its beta. Something tells me nothing will work. Wings are special and tuned for flying and gliding. To start, you need to cook "Mutagen" and drink it. For example, how about this mod? Flying mechanics very organically mixed with gaming process. Unlike in Skyrim or other flying mods you will NOT have to continuously press a key. Flying Mod beta by porroone is awesome. I have a pretty heavily modded game of Skyrim going on with approx 154 mods running at present, but as the game progresses it seems to have developed a pretty huge issue with its physics system. Anyway I have an NPC follower whos flying in the sky or clipping into the ground. ". Gamers use the best Skyrim mods for an immersive and customizable experience while enjoying this popular roleplaying game (RPG) of all time.