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Review: The Elder Scrolls V - Skyrim Anniversary Edition - and Another One!

It's a slightly different version of the game, which refuses to crawl into corners and die. Rejoice! The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Anniversary Edition..


Review: The Elder Scrolls V - Skyrim Anniversary Edition - and Another One!



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It's a slightly different version of the game, which refuses to crawl into corners and die. Rejoice!

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Anniversary Edition has made its way onto Switch eShop. Players can choose to buy a full version of the game or, if they already have Skyrim, a cheaper DLC upgrade. What exactly are we getting for our money?

Well, seeing as the base Switch version of Bethesda's RPG (of which you can read our review for the full lowdown on the non-anniversary content) already includes all three of the game's official add-ons -- Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn, which are cheekily highlighted as part of this upgrade in the AE press blurb -- alongside a few Zelda-flavoured goodies, and given that this Anniversary Edition doesn't benefit from any graphical/performance enhancements added to other ports, what we're left with here is 74 pieces of Creation Club mod content.

Creation Club mods were an expensive collection of add-ons that Bethesda sanctioned. However, you can get them all together and activated for PS17.99, if you already own the game. You might find spending so much money on mods to be too expensive. However, you will still enjoy the game's quality content. There are strong quests, lots of weapons, wild horses, armour, and plenty of other goodies.

We have been cruising back through the game looking for all the new quests. The game is a blast from the beginning, with lots of great content, plenty of letters and journals to peruse, and nice connections back to Oblivion, for TES enthusiasts. Fishing is also available. It's not fishing innit. However, it has its own questline. Skyrim is full of maps that show good spots for fishing and you can then check off which types you catch. This is a lot more fun than it should be. You can also choose Survival mode, which allows you to slow down, increase fatigue, and adds a lot of stuff such as hunger, disease and other horrible afflictions. It basically turns the game into a 'Living In the United Kingdom 2022’ simulator.

If you are a Skyrim fan, this upgrade is worth it. You can also get the standard version at a deep discount during eShop sale and then upgrade. This is the most complete, feature-rich, and content-packed RPG you will ever play.

When will the "Anniversary of Release of the Anniversary Edition" be released?

Skyrim continues to be a great RPG. It has the power to seduce you.Creation Club Content offers lots of new quests and lore. Fishing and survival mode are winners. Good710 Scoring Policy
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