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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition Rides Again in June

Posted by Sammy Barker

Loot the complete adventure this summer

As expected, Bethesda has officially confirmed that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition will saddle up and trot onto store shelves on 4th June in North America and 7th June in Europe. The re-release – which bundles the core campaign with all of its DLC – will set you back $59.99/£39.99. Considering the price of the add-ons, we suppose that that’s a reasonable figure.

The publisher recently confirmed that it's moving on from Skyrim in order to focus on its next project, which is widely believed to be Fallout 4. Are any of you eager to purchase this compilation? Let us know in the comments section below.


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Splat said:

I guess my dream of this getting put on PSN just isn't going to happen.



Epic said:

Planning to get this one when it gets to 40$.
I'm that kinda person that will never pay 60$ for a game just the exportation shipping takes at least 10 bucks more so I kinda make try to make them worth.



ShogunRok said:

@Splat Hopefully a digital re-release on PS4, right? With all that RAM, the game should run better too!

But to be totally honest, I don't see why Skyrim wasn't released digitally anyway. The game itself performs an install of about 4GB, and mostly runs off the PS3's HDD to boot. Hell, it might have ran better had it been fully digital - there are numerous PS3 games that do so.



JaredJ said:

I was hoping it was going to be a little cheaper. I will still get it though.

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