Bethesda celebrates 10 years of The Elder Scrolls VI

10 years of The Elder Scrolls VI: Bethesda will release yet another version for The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim to celebrate its 10th anniversary. They will release another version of the game, Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Anniversary Edition on the PC, Xbox One and Xbox.

It will also be available for the PlayStation 4 starting November 11, 2021. The new version will contain the 2016 Special Edition remastered and over 500 elements from Skyrim’s creation club, curating fan-made content.

10 years of The Elder Scrolls VI

Skyrim’s 10-year-anniversary celebrations include Bethesda virtual concert, will be held. As a tribute, the London Symphony Orchestra (London Voices Choir) will bring Skyrim’s songs and sounds at the Alexandra Theatre.

However, the main story of the game revolves around the Dragonborn character. They are on a quest to defeat Alduin, the World-Eater that will destroy the world.

The game takes place 200 years after Oblivion. It is located in Skyrim, Tamriel’s northernmost province. The player will complete quests, and the character will improve its skills throughout the game.

However, this game continues the open-world theme of its predecessors, allowing the player the freedom to travel to any place in the game’s world and ignore or delay the main storyline indefinitely.

Besides, they will add additional features such as new bosses and quests, weapons, spells, and other new features. It will ensure that there is no repeat of the experience with the title.

If they have the Special Edition, old fans can upgrade to the Anniversary Edition. Although the upgrade will not be free, the studio has not yet revealed its cost.