The next release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is imminent. For the 10th anniversary, Bethesda is launching an anniversary edition of the role-playing game with hundreds of content from the Creation Club. There is also a free update on the way that will allow you to fish in the world of Skyrim in the future. There will also be a concert with the soundtrack of the game soon.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be ten years old in November and the Bethesda team would like to celebrate this birthday with another release of the role-playing game. The Anniversary Edition for PC, Xbox and PlayStation was presented at QuakeCon. The version will be available on November 11th – exactly ten years after the original was released. It is the available special edition of Skyrim from 2016, paired with new content for the classic.
Among other things, the Anniversary Edition will be equipped with over 500 elements from the Creation Club – including mods from the community with new quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons or magic spells. Normally players would have to buy this content with credits, in the case of the upcoming Skyrim version there is an extensive selection from Bethesda. All previous owners of the Special Edition will have the opportunity to purchase an upgrade for the game upon release – but those responsible have not yet announced a price. However, there was still no news about The Elder Scrolls VI.
At the same time as the Anniversary Edition, Bethesda will also release a next-gen update for Skyrim. One of the highlights here is a brand new fishing feature that will be available on all platforms of the Special Edition. In addition, further improvements are planned for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. Bethesda is also holding a concert at the Alexandra Palace Theater in London to mark the 10th anniversary of Skyrim. The event can be followed on YouTube and Twitch on November 11th. The soundtrack will be played by Skyrim – performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and the London Voices Choir.