Oblivion Mod Allows Pizza Ordering In-game: The main character in Oblivion can eat in-game, but thanks to a modder’s additions, the player may really order pizza in the real world while playing the game.
A modder has added the ability for players to have real pizza delivered to them in the game of Oblivion. Despite seeming dated in comparison to today’s games, this Bethesda RPG from the developer’s formative years remains a fan favorite because of its impressive graphics for the time and stellar voice acting from the likes of Sir Patrick Stewart and Sean Bean. The flexibility of the concept has likely contributed to the game’s continued popularity throughout the years.
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Oblivion Mod Allows Pizza Ordering In-game
Users of games like Skyrim have created a plethora of strange and fascinating add-ons. Some of them include transforming guards into chickens, bestowing onto the player a staff that generates sweet rolls, and, most unsettling of all, transforming the huge spiders into a ghoulishly resembling Spider-Man.
Even though most modifications for Oblivion aim to enhance the base game in some way, whether it is cosmetically or by adding new material to keep players engaged for longer, there is always a subset of the community that wants to add a touch of the bizarre.
That is precisely what the “Pizzablivion” mod does, created by modder Nikies42. According to PCGamer, one player has figured out how to have Domino’s pizza delivered in Oblivion. Pizza Black, a new NPC located west of the Imperial City, outside of Weye, may be used by players with a little tweaking to have a genuine pizza delivered to their doorstep.
The regular order of 12-inch thin crust, 8 garlic bread twists, and a 20-ounce bottle of Fuze Lemon Tea will show up as a selection, with a total price of $28.23 before tax and delivery. Changing the.py file with the relevant delivery information is essential. The modder also invites anybody with coding skills to change the order.
Furthermore, this is not the first time a mod centered on food has been released for an Elder Scrolls game. Burger Jarl is a virtual fast food restaurant that was recently made for the game Skyrim. A cheeseburger, milkshake, cola alternative, nuggets, and something called a Big Jarl (apparently a bigger version of a cheeseburger) are all on the menu at this restaurant near the fishing spot Broken Fang Cave.
A novel feature of Nikies42’s mod is the ability to substitute real-world meals with a virtual fare. Since Oblivion features one of the most iconic cutscenes in a Bethesda game, it may rightly be said to provide a sense of immersion. The ability to order real meals inside the game is the ultimate immersion booster. Available now on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 is The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion.
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