Location of all Skyrim dungeons made easy with HD map download

We have a treat for Skyrim fans now, especially those who are finding it hard to remember all the countless dungeons and their names that are scattered around the glorious Skyrim universe. You can now download, and print off if you like, a large HD world map of Skyrim in full, allowing you to have the map in front of you as you play.

If you picked up a copy of Skyrim at launch, you’ll know that the map supplied with the game only lists the major cities in Skyrim, such as Winterhold, Riften, Windhelm, Falkreath and so on. Now though, you’ll be delighted to hear that GameBanshee has answered your dreams with a map showing every single dungeon in the game.

If you haven’t played an Elder Scrolls game before, we can’t tell you how useful this map will be for die-hard fans. So many times in Oblivion I would forget where a particular cave with decent treasure was located, so having this dungeon map in front of you will ensure that you keep a tab on the most notable dungeons in the game.

There is even a map key on their website listing all the towns with their corresponding map coordinates, just in case you have heard from a friend or read online that one cave in particular is worth visiting for a rare weapon or piece of armor. For example, the Shrine of Mehrunes Dagon is located at F3 on the map, while you’ll find Eldersblood Peak at E3.

We love how this map has been designed in true Elder Scrolls fashion as well, this is no half-assed map that you’re getting here, we’d even go as far to say that it could have been included with the retail box – it’s that good. If you have already downloaded and printed out this map, let us know how useful you are finding it so far.

How many hours have you racked up on Skyrim yet, have you found the Chillrend, Dawnbreaker and Wuuthrad yet? Don’t forget to read exciting DLC rumors here.

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Written by Alan Ng

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