While it's not been a great day for Titanfall 2, Bethesda must be delighted with the sales of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. The remaster – which entered in second position on the UK sales charts – secured the second-best British debut in The Elder Scrolls series' storied history, only losing out to the, er, original version of the game released on the PlayStation 3 back in 2011.
This is a pretty impressive result when you consider that the game's five years old, and hasn't exactly received a marketing blitz. And it makes the news regarding The Elder Scrolls VI that bit more baffling, as Bethesda's said that it's not currently in development. Surely there are millions of dollars being left on the table here?