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Bethesda has come up with another excellent way of enticing Skyrim fans into buying or revisiting the game again. As detailed in a new blog post, the upcoming Anniversary Edition of the beloved RPG will feature exciting new Creation Club content that includes quests tapping into Tamriel’s history. These include “Ghosts of Tribunal” and “The Cause,” which are inspired by Morrowind (2002) and Oblivion (2006), respectively.

From Bethesda:

[…] In ‘Ghosts of the Tribunal’ you’ll earn over a dozen new weapons and armors previously featured in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, while ‘The Cause,’ has players encounter the Mythic Dawn, who aim to form a new Oblivion gate, and features brand new enemies, locations, and weapons – not to mention a conjurable Daedric horse! This is just some of the amazing new content releasing in November to mark the 10-year anniversary.

“I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this round of creations,” says Daniel Lee, Senior Artist and Creation Club development lead at Bethesda Games Studios. “I’ve wanted fishing in Skyrim ever since the beginning and now it is finally here. We’ve worked hard on this program and it has been a true labor of love; there are more than a few surprises tucked away and I can’t wait for everyone to find them.”

“I can’t believe it’s been a decade since Skyrim was originally released,” adds Lee. “Even after spending years working on the original release and multiple iterations of it, I have yet to tire of the game. Additionally, I am constantly impressed by the numerous mods, fan art (and dad jokes) the community shares on a daily basis.”

Bethesda has promised that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition will be the most comprehensive edition of the game to date. The title will be released on November 11, 2021 for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation platforms.

Source: Bethesda

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4 Comments

  1. I only have the base game with 150 hours in it, been thinking of a replay for years now but never gotten round to do it, doubt this will convince me.

  2. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 43257, member: 215″]
    How many different versions of this are there? I mean like compared to re releases of star wars….
    [/QUOTE]
    Define versions, afaik there are 3
    1 the original
    2 the special edition
    3 VR edition

    If you are going to count all different system releases/potys as versions, a bit more

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