It was revealed at E3 2016 that a remastered version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrimwas on the way this fall.
But, while this news was exciting, many fans of The Elder Scrolls games wondered why Bethesda didn’t remaster some of the older games in the series, such as Morrowind and Oblivion, first. There is a reason for this, and Bethesda VP of marketing Pete Hines shared what it is.
The open-world RPG video games made by Bethesda Softworks are some of the very best gaming experiences you’ll ever have. Countless hours will disappear as you wander these wonderful and stunningly large virtual worlds…sometimes without even actually accomplishing any of the game’s objectives.
One of the many great elements of Bethesda’s games is their excellent musical scores. It’s not easy to come up with music so good that you can hear it over and over and over as you play one of these games for hundreds of hours and never get sick of it, but they’ve accomplished just that multiple times in the Elder Scrolls and Fallout franchises.
If you’re anything like myself (perhaps putting us on another level of geekdom), you’ve often wished you could apply these same musical scores to your own life, effectively creating your own (decidedly more boring) RPG. Now, thanks to the release of a collection of Bethesda game soundtracks on iTunes, we can do just that!
Continue below for a full list of the soundtracks released complete with links, who composed the score, and how much it will cost you.
The first DLC add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been out for a little while now, but fans who play on PC and PlayStation 3 have been waiting patiently for their turn to check it out.
Today Bethesda Softworks announced that the DLC, titled Dawnguard, is officially available to download for PC users via Steam. The DLC will cost you $19.99 and is available in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish versions.
A full list of achievements for the upcoming Bethesda Softworks title, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, has found its way to the ‘net.
There is 50 achievements to be had, worth a total of 1,000 points. There is also a couple of fun surprises and confirmations (at least for me personally””some of you may have heard about these things elsewhere already) included in the full list, which Elder Scrolls superfans will surely get a kick out of.