Those of our readers that know The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim well would understand what the game is about, and the majority of gamers seem to be happy with what Bethesda created with the original game and also the downloadable content that followed. To date the add-ons have been Skyrim Hearthfire, Dragonborn and our favorite Dawnguard. If you spent hundreds of hours inside Skyrim, like we have, you might be thinking about a few new features you want in future content.
Strategy debate reignited for Skyrim DLC 4 — it wouldn’t be the first time we have heard gamers talk about the need for more strategy in the world of Skyrim, and some people feel that the 4th Skyrim DLC would be the perfect time to bring this to PS3 and Xbox 360 at least.
Since our last article and over the past few weeks we’ve seen some great ideas for Skyrim DLC 4, although one new feature requested recently by some of our readers would be to have the ability to become High King in Skyrim. DLC 4 could deliver this situation, it is worth pointing out no clues have been given officially just yet, but this hasn’t stopped a number of players from demanding such a feature within downloadable content.
Imagine being able to decide what direction Skyrim takes in a political manner, and our love for strategy gameplay makes this seem even more desirable for the next Skyrim DLC. It would truly offer a new direction for the game and certainly make us return for hundreds of hours again, and we bet a number of our readers would as well if they could become High King, or even another strategic element.
Do you think there is a place for a lot more strategy within Skyrim DLC 4? Would you be willing to part with money and return to this game if you could become the High King? It is worth noting there’s another side to every coin, and for every gamer that would want a lot more strategy via Skyrim DLC; you’ll also find another that would hate such an idea. You might want to read the recent Skyrim patch v1.9 notes in an earlier article if you missed them.
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