The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition includes 500+ mods from the Creation Club.
We can’t deny the popularity of Skyrim and the number of fans the game has gathered over these past ten years. The game has become one of the greatest RPGs in the history of video games. But we can’t bury our head in the sand, ignoring that Bethesda is selling us the same game over and over.
This time, Bethesda announced that they’re releasing an Anniversary Edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It will be available this autumn for PC and consoles. It is a very fitting day because it is the precise day that it will be ten years since its release.
Loaded with mods
This version includes over 500 modifications created using the game’s Creation Club. Expect a bunch of missions, dungeons, monsters, weapons, and spells. However, the pricing has not yet been announced. On the other side, we will be able to enjoy the Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire DLCs, all of which contain a substantial amount of material.
One of the biggest reasons to get into the game is that individuals who possess the Special Edition will be able to upgrade to an upgraded version of the Special Edition on the PS5 and Xbox Series for free. In addition, all Skyrim Special Edition owners, both present and future, will receive three free Creation Club DLC items, such as survival mode or new Saints and Seducers quests. Another popular request, such as fishing, is included in these additions.
Despite the fact that Bethesda is working on Elder Scrolls VI, I don’t think this is the last time we’ll talk about Skyrim. It’s time to forget about the aforementioned and recall all the hours spent painstakingly creating this video game masterpiece.
Skyrim Anniversary Edition will be released on November 11 for the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC.