One 19-year old desperately wants to work for Bethesda.

So much so that Alexander J. Velicky spent 2,000 hours creating an Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim mod called Falskaar as his application.

In a PC Gamer Interview, Velicky - a high school graduate - spent 2,000 hours and over a year building a 25-hour long mod as a way to showcase his skills. The mod, Falskaar, features a landscape one-third the size of the original game's map, new characters, new voices, new quests, and even an original soundtrack.

Over 100 people contributed to the voices and ideas showcased in Falskaar but all content was "implemented, written and developed" by Velicky. Bethesda is aware of the mod, though no further statement was given by the publisher.

"The best way to show Bethesda Game Studios that I want a job there and should be hired is to create content that meets the standards of their incredible development team," he said.

PC users can check out the mod on NexusMods

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[Via PcGamer]