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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition review (Switch/Switch eShop)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition review (Switch/Switch eShop)

Yes, that’s right, it’s something else little bit A different version of the game that refers to a void that refuses to crawl into a corner and die. Rejoice!

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition It sneaked its way into the Switch eShop, giving players the option to purchase a full copy or, if you already own it Skyrim-A less expensive DLC upgrade alternative. But what do we get in Todd Howard for our money this time around?

Well, since it’s the base Switch version of Bethesda’s RPG (which you can use Read our review For the full inside info on the non-annual content) it already includes all three of the game’s official add-ons — Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn, which were brazenly flagged as part of this upgrade in AE press teasers — along with a few Zelda-flavored goodies, and given Until this Anniversary Edition does not benefit from any graphical/performance improvements added to the other ports, what we’re left with here are 74 pieces of Creation Club mod content.

Officially approved by the authorities in Bethesda, Creation Club mods were an expensive set of add-ons to pick up separately, but here you can bundle them all and activate them for £17.99 if you already own the game. If spending that amount of money on a bunch of mods seems like a lot to you, well, it’s hard to argue with your logic but honestly, there’s plenty of quality content to enjoy here with some powerful missions full of beautiful lore, plenty of weapons, houses, wild horses, armor and all. Those good things.

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We’ve been walking back through the game to check out all the new missions. There are some crackers right from the start, great pieces of fun to dig into with loads of new magazines and messages to delve into, and some very nice links back to the likes amnesia For you TES buffs out there. You can also get fishing, which is…well…It’s indoor fishing, but it has its own mission as well, and the routes around Skyrim and collecting maps for good hunting places and then deciding the different species you can hunt is more fun than it’s really entitled to. There’s also a Survival mode which disables fast travel, increases fatigue, and adds a lot of things like hunger, sickness and some horrible pains – essentially turning the game into a kind of “Living In the United Kingdom 2022” simulation.

Honestly, if you’re a Skyrim fan, we think this is an upgrade worth buying and it’s also worth noting that although the full version is quite expensive, you can often get the standard version of Skyrim at a huge discount through the eShop sales and then upgrade that way. . If you haven’t played the game before – and we 100% refuse to believe there is anyone who hasn’t – this is indeed the best RPG version, the most feature-rich, and packed with content, no matter how fun we make it, it always totally pulls us into its world Every time we run it.

Now, when is the Anniversary Edition Anniversary Edition?