Bethesda has revealed the Skyrim Remastered Steelbook Edition. While Skyrim Remastered Steelbook Edition will not have any extra in-game content, the only thing distinguishable from the standard edition is that it will have a metallic case along with exclusive artwork.
Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Remastered will not have any new content compared to the original, except for just technical improvements and mod support for the consoles.
Recently, an article was published that claimed that Bethesda itself confirmed about additional plotlines for Skyrim Remastered. However, this caught the attention of Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing, Pete Hines, who denied that any new content is coming to the game and called the article garbage.
Bethesda has also unveiled its plans for Skyrim Remastered pre-load and language support. According to Pete Hines, Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Remastered is going to be released with full support for all the languages that were supported in the original release.
Ever since Bethesda revealed the price for Skyrim Remastered is going to be $60 which will include all DLC, bug fixes and mod support, many gamers have raised their concern over its price. While the game does offer everything that is available for the original game, many gamers think that this does not justify a price tag of $60 for a 5 year old game.
According to Bethesda the game features improved graphics with mod support for both consoles along with all the DLC, and if this does not raises the Skyrim Remastered value to $60 then don’t purchase it.
The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Remastered will launch on October 28 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, those who own Skyrim on PC will get this upgrade for free, but the save files can’t be transferred. What do you think about Steelbook version? Worth it or you were expecting something else? Share with us in the comments below.