If you haven't played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim by now, seriously - what's your excuse? This absolutely epic Bethesda-developed RPG has been ported to just about every modern gaming platform under the sun at this stage, and it seems there's potentially more to come on the Switch front.
Yes, although Switch fans seemingly missed out on last year's anniversary edition filled to the brim with the game's DLC, mod content and even a fishing system, it appears the chances of this version coming to Nintendo's hybrid system are increasing by the day. A Switch version has now received a classification in Europe by the PEGI ratings board:
The evidence of a Switch release appears to be mounting after a separate rating in Taiwan earlier this year. When the Anniversary Edition was originally launched last November, Bethesda mentioned how the game was "available on all platforms" but a Switch version was noticeably missing.
- Read more - Skyrim Anniversary Edition Has Been Rated For Switch In Taiwan, Sparking Rumours Of A Port
If it does end up releasing on the Switch, players can look forward to all the DLC (Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawnguard), the previously-released and new Creation Club mod content, and as already mentioned - fishing. While this version costs full price on other platforms, owners of the existing version have been able to pay for a cheaper upgrade option.
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