Monday, November 29th, 2021

Skyrim Anniversary Edition is now available on “All Platforms”, Fibs Bethesda

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim The fact that Bethesda has re-released it, as it is arguably one of the best games of the last decade. Also It shouldn’t be a big shock.

However, when Skyrim was introduced in the Nintendo Switch public trailer, much was done about the potential relationship between Bethesda and Nintendo, and the company has supported consoles with titles such as: DOOM, DOOM Eternal When Wolfenstein 2), Nintendo fans aren’t really invited to this particular commemorative party – although Bethesda’s message seems to suggest that it is.

Skyrim Anniversary Edition Follow in the footsteps of the original game (released in 2011), Legendary Edition (2013), Special Edition (2016), Nintendo Switch version (2017, with Zelda bonus items), and Skyrim VR (2018). This includes base games, all DLC (Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard), all previously released Creation Club mod content (and some new Creation Club mod content), and (probably the most exciting) new. Includes fishing system.

Available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC (and Series X / S and PS5 via next-generation upgrades), it costs £ 47.99 / € 54.99 / $ 49.99. If you already have a special edition, you can upgrade for £ 15.99 / € 19.99 / $ 19.99, but if you have another version, you will have to pay the full asking price.

However, despite the rather cheeky claim that Bethesda is on “all platforms,” ​​there are no signs that the Anniversary Edition will be available on Switch at this stage.