Bethesda recently announced Skyrim Anniversary Edition at QuakeCon, which is a new version of the beloved 2011 fantasy RPG that includes next-gen enhancements, Survival Mode, fishing, and over 500 pieces of Creation Club content created by Skyrim's passionate community. Are you planning on getting Skyrim's latest rerelease?
Skyrim: Special Edition requires some considerable PC specifications for a smooth experience, especially if you plan on modding. Luckily, with a desktop PC, you can buy pre-built systems and upgrade internal components at a later date.
Skyrim Special Edition is a re-release of the massively popular adventure title from Bethesda, bringing with it improved performance, stability, and support for modding thanks to the move to 64-bit. Here's a comprehensive list of all of the best mods you can download for the game on PC.
At Windows Central, we always try to bring you news about interesting upcoming games. Today, we're going to talk about Citadel: Forged with Fire. According to developer Blue Isle Studios, the game is a massive online sandbox role-playing game with elements of magic, spellcasting, and war. As a newly-minted apprentice, you set off to investigate the dangerous world of Ignus. Your goal is...
Bethesda released a completely revamped version of Skyrim for PC, as well as supporting game consoles. What makes this release so interesting is the addition of 64-bit for modding. Here's how you can easily install mods on PC.
This morning, a few games popped up as Xbox One X Enhanced on the Microsoft Store. For a while now we've known that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition and Fortnite would be updated to take advantage of the console.
Sex in video games used to be a thing that was alluded to but never shown, or a quick glimpse of a curvy shadow right before a cutscene. But that was then, and this is now. Obviously… not safe for work, children, and those with heart conditions.
Skyrim: Special Edition is kind of a big deal. The graphical overhaul was enough to get me ready to don my Thieves Guild Armor all over again, but the inclusion of mods and all the DLC in one place was a titanic decision. Did it pay off for both gamers and Bethesda?