Bethesda details Skyrim Anniversary Edition Creation Club additions like aquariums
If you're diving back into Skyrim, here's some of the new things to explore.
What you need to know
- Bethesda Game Studios shared more on what new content is featured in Skyrim Anniversary Edition..
- There's fishing, aquarium building, new quests and a survival mode that are all free.
- There's also the paid content, which includes every previously released Creation Club item.
- Skyrim Anniversary Edition is set to launch on Nov. 11, 2021.
Skyrim Anniversary Edition is on the way, with Bethesda Game Studios sharing more details on the content that players can expect. Anyone who currently owns Skyrim Special Edition is getting a four free pieces of Creation Club content, including Survival Mode, Fishing, Saints and Sinners questline and Rare Curios. These add new quests, activities and ways to experience the well-trodden journey of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
You can take a look at the overview trailer below.
Skyrim Anniversary Edition is scheduled to launch on Nov. 11, 2021. Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5 owners are getting a free current-generation upgrade, though Bethesda will be sharing these technical details at a later date.
Bethesda Game Studios' next mainline game is the upcoming science-fiction role-playing title Starfield. Currently slated to arrive on Nov. 11, 2022, Starfield is a new IP for Bethesda, with concept art showing different factions and worlds that players will be exploring. Starfield is coming exclusively to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming.
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If you own Skyrim Special Edition, you'll be able to get the current-gen features and some other extras at no cost. Plus, you can choose to upgrade to the rest of the Anniversary Edition later, no pressure.
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I was going to ask how much, but when they don't say it's usually $60, so nevermind.
Yeah, still not having pricing details (or current-generation console optimization info) is raising my eyebrows a bit. Still, the most meaningful content is free for Special Edition owners, which is something at least.