So, Skyrim’s Legendary Edition Is Actually A Thing
It’s been a rumour for quite sometime now, but now Bethesda have confirmed that Skyrim will be receiving a GOTY Edition in the form of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition. How’s that for an absolute mouthful.
The Skyrim Legendary Edition will only release on June 9th however, meaning it’s a rather long wait for those who have not yet taken down their first dragon. Then again, it’s not as exciting as it sounds. The Legendary Edition will include all three released expansions, namely the vampire-themed Dawnguard, the Sims inspired Heathfire and Dragonborn, which is pretty self-explanatory. In addition to that, the game will come with the latest 1.9 patch pre-installed.
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The 1.9 patch added a Legendary difficulty mode as well as the ability to level-up indefinitely. It’s yet unclear whether or not the DLC will be included as vouchers or on the disc, which could be a make or break deal for you when you consider your internet cap.
If you’re like me, and you can’t stand Skyrim, then go about your daily business. For those of you still clinging on to a RPG that does more wrong than right, this is for you. Also, how bad is that boxart?