One of the announcements that was rumored for Bethesda Softworks’ E3 2016 presentation was a remastered version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. That rumor has indeed been confirmed in a video, which shows the game as it looked on the previous generation of consoles and how shiny new and pretty the Skyrim Special Edition looks remastered on current consoles. The video also confirms that, like Fallout 4, this new console version of Skyrim will have mods. The Special Edition will also be released on PC as well, so this is not just about giving console players an updated version of the game.
Speaking of Fallout, before the Skyrim announcement the rest of Fallout 4‘s DLC was announced, including one add-on that will let you build your own vault and basically re-create Fallout Shelter in the game and also one last big one that involves a Nuka-Cola theme park!
Watch as Bethesda Game Studiosâ€™ Game Director Todd Howard shares the latest content for Fallout 4 and Fallout Shelter, PLUS the official announcement of Skyrim Special Edition.
At the BE3 Showcase, Bethesda Game Studios revealed three more add-ons, with the first Contraptions Workshop available on June 14th. Get the full scoop on Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop and their final add-on, Nuka-World.
Also from the Wasteland, Bethesda Game Studios is working on big changes for Fallout Shelter. Update 1.6 will introduce Quests to Fallout Shelter, with an all-new combat system, new characters, enemies, and locations to explore. Plus, the surprise announcement that Fallout Shelter is coming to PC. Both Quests and Fallout Shelter for PC will arrive in July.
Finally, one of the most beloved games of the last generation (and all-time), Skyrim Special Edition, brings the epic fantasy to life in stunning, remastered detail , with all the official add-ons included. Skyrim Special Edition will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 28th 2016 , and will support full PC Mods on console.