Yes, at long last, we finally have a Bethesda game on a (pseudo)-handheld. Bethesda announced that Skyrim is coming to the Nintendo Switch. I’m sure just about anyone and everyone that wanted to play Skyrim has done so, but nonetheless, the more 3rd part titles coming to Switch the better.
Bethesda Software official website has listed The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for PS4 and Xbox One on Skyrim’s gamepage, right under the previous consoles it has released for. There hasn’t been a official announcement yet on what this could mean in terms of a possible release, but a mysterious email
Bethesda has announced something huge for their ultimate fans and newcomers alike of Elder Scrolls. The Elder Scrolls Anthology features all five of the critically acclaimed games, plus all of the add-ons. The Elder Scrolls Anthology will be hitting stores September 10, 2013 for $79.99 on the PC. The Elder
With Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim being over a year old, game of the year, receiving several patches and mods, you would wonder wheres the game of the year edition right? Amazon recently posted an order placement from Bethesda Software France marked as Skyrim’s game of the year edition. Like Skyrim’s