Bethesda Increases Price Of Skyrim In Certain Regions Ahead Of Anniversary Edition Release

Bethesda Increases Price Of Skyrim In Certain Regions Ahead Of Anniversary Edition Release

How much are you willing to pay to fish in Skyrim?



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Bethesda Increases Price Of Skyrim In Certain Regions Ahead Of Anniversary Edition Release

Skyrim: Anniversary Edition is the latest iteration of a game that Bethesda has been selling for the past decade. Sure, it’s a great game as is, but the Anniversary Edition compiles a bunch of mods to create the definitive Skyrim experience. Over 500 Creation Club mods are included with the Anniversary Edition, adding new quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons, and even fishing. Because jumping into a lake and catching a fish with your bare hands was too much of a bother.

Besides the new add-ons, Anniversary Edition will also come with a graphical overhaul providing remastered art and effects, dynamic depth of field, reflections, new water and snow shaders, and improved effects.

You’ll also get a free upgrade to Anniversary Edition provided you already own the Special Edition, and if you have a PS5 or Xbox Series X, you’ll also get a free next-gen upgrade with all the graphical enhancements dialed up to eleven.

But that’s only if you already own Skyrim: Special Edition. If you don’t, you’ll need to pay a little bit more than you would have a week ago.

Bethesda is updating its regional pricing on Steam for Skyrim. Countries like Russia, Turkey, Argentina, and the UK have all seen price increases for Skyrim: Special Edition, with the UK’s price jumping from £29.99 to £34.99. It seems Bethesda plans to cash in at least one more time on this 10th-anniversary edition of Skyrim, just like they did when Legendary Edition was released five years ago.

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We should stress that current Special Edition owners are getting a free upgrade, so the only people out of luck here are those who have never played Skyrim before (or at least, those who don’t own it on the system they’d like to play on). For everything you’re getting, $39.99 US is still a great price, but it’s also the cost of convenience. It’s at least theoretically possible to manually create Anniversary Edition by installing the 500 mods that are included and then grabbing a few graphical enhancement mods while you’re at it.



Or you could just add Shang-Chi to your game, because it’s Skyrim and that’s what players really want.

Link Source : https://www.thegamer.com/bethesda-skyrim-anniversary-edition-price-increase/

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