Bethesda has unveiled the default faces of Skyrim's ten races, and you'll be relived to find they're far more normal-looking than those often seen in its earlier RPGs.
Bethesda's RPGs have boasted impressive arrays of sliders and options to customise your character's appearance, but it's always been tricky to create someone who wasn't a bit, well, funny-lookin'. Fret no more! Snaps of the twenty default variations for each of the ten races in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim show you'll get to look quite human (or elven, orcish, or argonian, for that matter) in Bethesda's latest.
Of course, you'll still be able to tinker with sliders to your heart's content, but a fine and broad assortment of default variations is certainly welcome. And one would imagine that, if you so desire, you'll still be able to find the magic settings to create monstrosities such as this horror created for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion by Shacker 'tyrelhill.'
Skyrim is headed to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on November 11. If you're headed to PAX Prime, you'll be able to play it there this weekend too.