Skyrim: Legendary Edition confirmed – Main game, all DLC packs and updates included for £40

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

skyrim-the-elders-scroll-arts.jpgBethesda have confirmed the long rumoured and very-much-inevitable release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition.

Launching in Europe and Australia on 7th June for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, the Legendary Edition pulls in the main Skyrim game, the three premium DLC packs (Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn) and the extra features added since the games 2011 launch, including mounted combat, additional combat kill cameras, Legendary difficulty and the Legendary skill option that allows you to master each of the game’s many, many skill trees.

It’ll set you back £39.99 on the consoles and £29.99 on PC.

The news follows the announcement that the Skyrim development team will no longer be working on major updates for the game, focussing instead on “moving to our next adventure”, which many have speculated will be the next game in the Fallout series.

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By Gerald Lynch | April 25th, 2013





  • Moofin

    It's STILL incomplete…I understand you gotta stop somewhere, but for one thing Hearthfire wasn't a complete DLC, just some minor add-on like Horse Armor or the Vile Lair for Oblivion (Beth should've made at least 3-4 more Hearthfire-sized add-ons to match Oblivion's. And it only took them a year and a half to finish with all their DLCs for Skyrim? Correct me if I'm wrong but both Morrowind and Oblivion took longer than that and delivered more DLCs. Chunky DLCs, not just a couple to whet the appetite. There's still some things that need to be, and easily could be wrapped up in the land of Skyrim.

  • Moofin

    It’s STILL incomplete…
    I understand you gotta stop somewhere, but for one thing Hearthfire wasn’t a complete DLC, just some minor add-on like Horse Armor or the Vile Lair for Oblivion (Beth should’ve made at least 3-4 more Hearthfire-sized add-ons to match Oblivion’s. And it only took them a year and a half to finish with all their DLCs for Skyrim? Correct me if I’m wrong but both Morrowind and Oblivion took longer than that and delivered more DLCs. Chunky DLCs, not just a couple to whet the appetite. There’s still some things that need to be, and easily could be wrapped up in the land of Skyrim.