Bethesda Game Studios is launching an anniversary edition of Skyrim that brings iconic game to next generation consoles, and also includes a series of improvements and updates.
Advertised at Quakecon 2021, the anniversary edition of Skyrim will be published on November 11 to score 10 years since the release of the 2011 game. It will include the full game, as well as 10 years of content and an improved fishing mechanic, as well as 500 Pieces of content of the creation club.
If you ask what the creation club is, it is an online store where fanatics can buy small downloadable content bits, such as new missions, dungeons, bosses, weapons and spells.
If you already have Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, or subscribe to Xbox Game Pass, on November 11, you will also have the option to buy an update to the anniversary edition to gain access to additional content.
As part of the celebrations of the 10th anniversary of Skyrim, Bethesda will celebrate a virtual concert. The Symphony Orchestra of London and London Voices Choir will bring to the hymns and sonorous landscapes of Skyrim at the Alexandra Theater as part of a tribute to the success of the game.
Fans can tune the live concert on November 11 at 2 pm EST (4AM AEP) on the official Bethesda or Twitche channel. Bethesda is also encouraging fans to present their works of art to the Skyrim Museum to show up as part of the celebrations.
A price has not yet been announced, but the anniversary edition of Skyrim will be available at PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.