Betheseda has began teasing the next expansion for Skyrim as they tweeted an image this afternoon and dated the trailer for the DLC. Full Trailer on 11/5 twitpic.com/b9pys5 — BethesdaGameStudios (@BGS_Devs) November 2, 2012 Just last week, Bethesda announced a new Premium Edition of Skyrim, just in time for the Holidays. We’ll keep you updated when the full trailer […]Read More
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim, one of the biggest and most well-regarded games of 2011, will be getting a content-packed Premium Edition this winter. It’s been almost a year since the release of this ground-breaking RPG, but developer Bethesda has decided to spruce up the game a bit with some nifty additions. Along with a […]Read More
Nowadays you can’t hide anything from the gaming public, and it looks like Bethesda has fallen victim to this fact yet again. A select few internet Matlocks found filenames in the most recent update which have numerous references to “Dragonborn” and “DLC2”, possibly alluding to the name of future DLC. But, much more interesting are […]Read More
As of today, owners of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can opt into the game’s 1.8 beta update on the Steam service. Skyrim is a highly regarded game, but it hasn’t been without its technical issues since launch. Bugs have been reported in multiple sections of the game, but thankfully, Bethesda has been working hard to […]Read More
“Hearthfire,” the $5 piece of downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skryrim, has made its way over from XBLA to the wonderful world of Steam. It may not be a massive, world-changing expansion, but “Hearthfire” allows players to buy land and either build a one-story, dinky house or construct a home that can hold an army. […]Read More
It was just revealed to the world last week and now, fans of the hugely popular The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can jump onto Xbox Live and download the “Hearthfire” DLC pack. For just 400 MS Points, adventurers can slip off their iron-clad boots and spend some time building a home. While that may not sound […]Read More