We have some interesting news for those of you who are yet to play Skyrim, but have always wanted to. Unsurprisingly, we are now seeing the first details of a possible Skyrim Legendary Edition in the works. This game is thought to be on the way for a Summer release and will come packed with all DLC released for the game.
As most of you are well aware, that will only now include the three DLC expansions Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn. This is because Bethesda has now revealed in a statement that the journey has ended for Skyrim and that they will only provide minor updates to the game from this moment onwards.
The next game on the way from Bethesda is thought to be Project Zwei, a horror survival title on the way from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and his Tango Gameworks studio. The Legendary Edition of Skyrim though seems like a very good package indeed and it has now appeared online on various retailers, confirming a reasonable price of £35/$54 for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, while the PC version will be cheaper at £29/$44.
This may seem expensive to a lot of you, but don’t forget that Bethesda were initially charging $20 a piece for Dawnguard and Dragonborn upon release. If the listing at this retailer is to be believed, then the Skyrim Legendary Edition will be available from June 7, which is just days away from the start of E3 2013.
Bethesda hasn’t confirmed any of this yet, but it would be very unlikely that we don’t see a version of Skyrim with all DLC expansions bundled. The question is, how many of you are yet to play Skyrim for this very reason? Are you interested in paying $54/£35 for a copy of the game with Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn?
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