After a long series of rumors, Bethesda has finally announced at their E3 conference that a remaster of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is in development, and it will feature updated graphics as well as mod support for consoles.
As you can see on the trailer, it doesn’t look like Bethesda just upped the resolution and framerate, but they gave the game a graphical upgrade so it can feel more like a current-gen game.
Bethesda also announced that Skyrim: Special Edition will allow for mods to be installed on the console version of the game, just like Fallout 4.
Skyrim: Special Edition will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 28th. It’s worth pointing out that if you already own all of its DLC on Steam, or possess the Legendary Edition, then the upgrade is free.
— BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios) June 13, 2016
What do you think 4-One? Excited to return to Tamriel one more time? Disappointed you didn’t see The Elder Scrolls VI? Would you rather keep playing Fallout 4? Share your thoughts in the comments section!