Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the most popular games of this decade and Bethesda intends to bring its popular title to as many platforms as possible. With Skyrim coming to Switch, we are yet to see any gameplay for it and we have got a glimpse of the game running on Nintendo Switch.
The video comes from IGN, who showcase an off-screen footage of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim running on Nintendo’s hybrid console. In the video we see Skyrim and also get an idea of the game’s combat for Switch version which is still wonky but, the archery feels nice.
However, Nintendo Switch is not the only platform Bethesda is bringing their popular game to as the studio has confirmed that the game will be patched for the upcoming Xbox One X along with Fallout 4. Todd Howard, the director and executive producer at Bethesda confirmed that Skyrim and Fallout 4 will be patched to Xbox One X and we can expect the game to run at 4K.
We’ll update Fallout 4 and Skyrim for that. That’s our hope, that these consoles keep that spirit going forward. It’s also the pride of ownership. I like browsing my library of games. Whether it’s on the shelf physically or digitally, that’s all my stuff. And I don’t want to feel like I could lose it, or it has no value, other than sitting there.
Warner Bros has confirmed that Shadow Of War will be available for Project Scorpio when it launches.
Not only this Shadow Of War is also a Play Anywhere title meaning if you buy it for PC from Microsoft Store you will be able to play the game on Xbox One.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an open-world action RPG developed by Bethesda for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.