Report: Bethesda planning 'Legendary Edition' with all DLC for Skyrim
Posted: 19.04.2013 11:07 by Simon Priest Comments: 9
The official adventures of Nord life in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have been called to a close as Bethesda announces no more expansions or add-ons will be released. That means it's 'Legendary Edition' time.

Apparently this special edition has been spotted at Polish retailer Ultima, with a June 7th date. It will include all DLC produced for Skyrim for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

The console versions are priced around 35/$54 while the PC version is at 29/$44. If true, this Legendary Edition would include Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn.

Source: Eurogamer
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By HenoKutus (SI Elite) on Apr 19, 2013
By danfreeman (SI Elite) on Apr 19, 2013
44 dollars for everything Skyrim? Can i get this online or do i need retail?
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Apr 19, 2013
When it's $5 I might get it. Not before though.
By nocutius (SI Elite) on Apr 20, 2013
I'm sure you'll already budge at ~20$ :)
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Apr 20, 2013
Call it ten and I'll see you round the back of the bike shed for payment.
By Jasca_Ducato (SI Core) on Apr 20, 2013
I might get this for PC, purely because I want to start modding the hell out of it.
By nikola1010 (SI Core Member) on Apr 20, 2013
Well, maybe it will be free of all those bugs and animation erors and crashes, but it's far to expensive by my opinion. Hearthfire can't be called expansion coz it only gives you option to build and decorate a house and adopt 2 little kids (and no, you're not able to "make" one in-game). And if there will be no more expansions, it'll be a huge dissapointment. I mean, we waited 1 year for for Creation Kit. Then few more months for first so-to-say proper expansion, and another year for 2nd, bit more serious one (with bugs). And what next? No more expansions??? It's a disgrace...
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Apr 22, 2013
Well, I do have all the DLC's I think... They add content to the game but mostly, they add resources for the modders. Without the mods, this game would be OK close to really good - but the mods make it one of those game you can simply play on for a really really long time. IMHO.
By nikola1010 (SI Core Member) on Apr 23, 2013
The Oscuro's Oblivion Overhaul completley re-made the Oblivion and made it much more playable and somewhat "alive" After completing the game (wich wasn't hard at all) there was very little to do, but that mod changed everything. Something like that is also needed for Skyrim.