Later tonight sees the release of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which is another big game release just a few days after MW3. We have already given you some details of midnight openings besides the supermarkets. Today we have the Skyrim UK price roundup with Asda, Sainsbury, Tesco and others listed.
First up with have retailer GAME who will provide Skyrim for you for only £4.99 on the PS3 or Xbox 360, on condition you trade in Battlefield 3 or Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Otherwise the game will cost £49.99 or £44.99 for the PC. Now we have Tesco who are listing the game for £39.98 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, while if you want the PC version that comes in at £29.98.
Sainsbury’s doesn’t seem to be offering any deals like spend so much and get the game with a big discount as seen with MW3. The console version of the game comes in at £42.99 with the PC version is only £37.99. Presently Asda seems to be the cheapest for Skyrim as they are listing the console version for £37.97 and only £27.87 for the PC version of the game.
Meanwhile Amazon have the game up for £37.91 for the Xbox 360 and £37.97 for the PS3 version, we don’t know why the PS3 version is 6p more expensive. The online retailer has the PC version listed for £29.98. Play.com is more expensive with the console version costing £44.99 including shipping, and the PC version is £29.99.
HMV have both the console editions of the game for £39.99 online, with the PC version is priced at £34.99. If you hear of anywhere offering the game cheaper let us know via the comments below. Where do you plan to purchase Skyrim?
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