Hey, You. You’re Finally the Anniversary Edition on Switch.
At this point, humanity just needs to accept that there will never be a final Skyrim release. It’s been over ten years since it first launched and the re-releases have kept pace with the years. This week, Skyrim Anniversary Edition came out on Nintendo Switch.
Just like on the PC, Xbox, and PlayStation versions, Skyrim Anniversary Edition adds a bunch of content to the Special Edition. On top of the base game and DLC, there is now a selection of Creator Club content. There is also a new fishing mini-game mechanic and quest line. The Saints and Seducers pack also has a unique quest line.
As far as features go, veteran players can now select a Survival Mode. Similar to the Survival Mode in Fallout: New Vegas, players will have to manage their wellbeing. This includes hunger, body temperature, and fatigue.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition Upgrade and Bundle are available now on #NintendoSwitch! Celebrate 10 years of adventuring with new quests, armor, gameplay modes, and more.https://t.co/5DQdxKplv1 pic.twitter.com/ijhI1z11gb
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 29, 2022
For a ten year old game, Skyrim is pretty pricey. On Nintendo Switch, the standard edition is $60. The Anniversary Edition is $70, and to upgrade from the standard is $20.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and now Nintendo Switch.
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