Update: Bethesda has confirmed The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition will be
available on June 4 in North America and June 7 throughout Europe and Australia.
The bundle will include the original game plus the three official expansions,
Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, along with other patched improvements such as
combat cameras, mounted combat, the Legendary difficulty mode and Legendary skills
that allow you to master all perks and level up skills indefinitely.
The PS3 and Xbox versions have advised retail prices of $59.99 / £39.99 / €49.99 /
AU$69.95, while the PC version comes in slightly cheaper in most regions at $59.99 /
£29.99 / €39.99 / AU$49.95.
Original story follows.
Original Story: A Skyrim: Legendary Edition containing all DLC packs as well as the
original game has been spotted on a Polish retail site.
The listing over at Ultima (via Eurogamer Poland) reveals that the edition will
contain the vampire-spectacular Dawnguard, the home-building Hearthfire and the
dragon-riding Dragonborn all in one package.
It’s listed as being available for PS3 and Xbox 360 for roughly £35/$54, while the PC
version comes in slightly cheaper at £29/$44.
So, is it real? Well, Bethesda is staying tight-lipped right now, but seeing as it’s
regularly created Game of the Year bundles containing all expansion content for its
previous titles, including for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls
IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, the smart money’s on this one being
Earlier this week, a post on the Bethblog explained that the Skyrim team was “moving
on” and the game wouldn’t be receiving any more major content additions. Given this,
the imminent announcement of a special edition of the game containing all DLC would
make sense, seeing as it’s pretty much confirmed now that no more will be coming.
Would you pick up the Skyrim: Legendary Edition if it’s a real thing, or have you
already had your fill of Skyrim and its various expansions? Let us know your thoughts
in the comments.