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Marcus Estrada posted a article in Industry NewsWhen popular games come out with a fair bit of DLC it always seems that later on a special compilation disc will be out. This has been the case for many 360 and PS3 titles before and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is following in these footsteps. Bethesda made the announcement that Skyrim: Legendary Edition includes Skyrim and its multiple expansions (Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn). A new Legendary difficulty has also been added to challenge skilled players. Skyrim: Legendary Edition comes out on June 4th for the typical new game price of $60 for PC, PS3, and 360. On 360, the game is "better with Kinect", which includes voice command features where the device is able to trigger shouts.
Are you a fan of The Elder Scrolls? Do you also enjoy playing online games? If so, you're probably very aware of the upcoming game The Elder Scrolls Online. Those antsy to give it a shot will be happy to know that today Bethesda opened up the gates. If you wish to register for the beta, all you have to do is go to the signup page. No, the beta itself is not open yet, but this is your way to be registered into their user banks. It asks standard questions such as what other online games you play but also leaves space for you to woo Bethesda by writing about why you should be chosen. Hopefully if your application is appealing enough you will get selected to play the closed beta in the near future. The Elder Scrolls Online has no release date aside from 2013. Bethesda also released a trailer to promote beta applications, which you can see here:
Skyrim is mad dope, but you look like a joke when you use your stupid legs to traverse that junk. Don't worry, though, Bethesda's got you right. With the upcoming Dragonborn Add-On, you can fly in style, letting the wind dust your shoulders off. Rumors bubbled all up and down the internet last month with fables of a new DLC for â€‹The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but nothing was confirmed... until now. Bethesda released a trailer, which you can see below, discussing the upcoming Add-On. If one were to surmise based on the trailer, it's about a Dragon Priest who ate dragons, and the Dovahkiin dealing with the shenanigans. Most importantly, however, the trailer shows the Dovahkiin mounted upon a dragon, tearing through the sky. There's also some murderin' and loads of grosso monsters and such, but without context, you'll just have to judge for yourself what that means. Bethesda announced that December 4th will be its release date on Xbox 360 (without any other mentioned, especially not PlayStation), for the price of 1600 Microsoft Points, or $20.00. Perhaps that is a bit steep for DLC, but let me ask you this: How much would you pay to own the skies? I don't know, but I'd say that probably comes with a good bit of other content, though, or else that'd be a rip. Anyway, check out the trailer yourself!