It seems the time has come to play The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, no excuses.
This epic role-playing game developed by the team of Bethesda has now landed on almost all modern gaming platforms and it seems that, potentially, there are news on the Nintendo Switch front.
Yes, even if fans of Switch seem to have missed last year's anniversary edition filled to the brim with stunning news, mod content and even the fishing system, it seems that the chances of this version coming to Nintendo's hybrid system are increasing by the day .
A Switch version has now received a classification in Europe from the evaluation board PEGI:The evidence of a Switch version seems, therefore, to increase and it seems that Amazon also suggests the arrival. When the Anniversary Edition was originally launched last November, Bethesda he mentioned how the game was “available on all platforms”, but was actually missing a Switch version.
Should the title also land on this console, players can expect all the DLCs (Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawnguard), the previously released mod content and the new Creation Club and, as already mentioned, the fishing.
While this version costs full price on other platforms, owners of the existing version have been able to pay for a cheaper upgrade option.