Bethesda may have turned its attention away from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in favour of a more grotesque experience, but that’s not stopping the publisher from repackaging the title with all of its DLC. Eurogamer.net reports that Polish retailer Ultima is currently accepting orders for the Skyrim: Legendary Edition for the PlayStation 3, which includes the main game alongside expansion packs Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard.
The title’s listed for 169.90 zł, which works at about £35/$54. Seeing as the DLC’s quite expensive, that actually looks like a pretty decent deal if you haven’t played the epic adventure yet. In fact, if you’re hoping to save money for the PlayStation 4, this could probably keep you going until well into the holiday season.
The publisher’s yet to officially confirm the re-release, but we all knew that this was coming eventually. The retail listing mentions a 7th June launch, so we wouldn’t be surprised if it got properly announced over the next couple of weeks. Is this something that’s on your radar? Let us know in the comments section below.