A remastered version of Elder Scrolls V for Windows, Xbox One and PS4. The Special Edition includes all DLC and allows console players to install fan-made mods. Those who own the original game and all DLCs will get the Special Edition as a free upgrade.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition includes the base game, all three DLCs and new features like mounted combat and the option to level up skills infinitely. It’s also compatible with game saves from the original.
The Grosjean Brothers on what Skyrim would be like if it still existed in the present. For all the silly anachronisms and paradoxes, we’re glad that the arrow in the knee joke has become extinct.
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim has mostly lived up to the hype, but like many games it has its fair share of bugs. Like this one. Or maybe the people of Skyrim are just really nice people.
Despite the fact that no game footage is shown, we can’t help but enjoy this live action trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It’s slated for release on November 11, 2011. (Thanks Daniel!)
The video’s not in HD, but you’ll savor it if you’ve been looking for more info on Bethesda’s mega RPG. Immersive world, dual-spell wielding, mammoths, dragons and more await.