Skyrim: Anniversary Edition package in 500 area mods this November
Skyrim: Anniversary Edition revealed at QuakeCon and it’s a mod-lover’s delight
Skyrim: Anniversary Edition is arriving on November 11, complete with hundreds of mods bundled right into the package.
Bethesda announced the latest version of Skyrim during its QuakeCon 2021 stream, placement the new version headed to PC, PS4, PS5 (via backwards compatibility), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and S. You’ll also be able to upgrade your copy of Skyrim Special Edition if you already own that interpretation of the game on PC, PS4, or Xbox One for free.
The highlight for Skyrim: Anniversary Edition is the fact that it package in more than 500 pieces of content from the Creation Club – the full list includes additional quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons, and spells. It also stock you’ll be able to officially fish – like, with a rod, not just with your flippers – for the first time in Skyrim history. It’s been a long time entrance and now we’ve finally arrived.
On summit of the community content, Anniversary Edition includes the inventory version of Skyrim and all three of its big DLC expansions: Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire. Meandering through all 500 included mods should be an excellent way to harmony yourself occupied while you expectation for Starfield, the next big open-world RPG for Bethesda – though you may indispensability to tempo yourself if you lack them to conclusion until The Elder Scrolls 6 arrives.