Skyrim will receive the next generation update exactly 10 years after its original release


Nearly a decade after its original release, Bethesda Softworks is announcing new updates coming to their most popular hits Skyrim. On November 11, exactly 10 years from its original release date, the game will receive a free next-generation update available to all game owners Skyrim Special Edition. And that’s not all – Bethesda adds three free Creation Club content to the game Special editions owners, including the opportunity to fish.

Bethesda also publishes second a game edition on November 11th, aptly named The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition. This version includes everything Special editions, three pieces of free Creation Club content and “over 500 pieces of Creation Club unique content,” including missions, weapons, and more. If you already own Special editions or play a game with an Xbox Game Pass, Bethesda will let you purchase an upgrade Anniversary Editionbut does not specify the price.

Skyrim Anniversary Edition will be published on November 11.
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With the upcoming next generation update Skyrim has been moved across three full console generations. Bethesda has also published VR port and perhaps best known, the gate of the Amazon Alexa assistant rang Skyrim: A very special version.

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