The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
- Developer Bethesda Game Studios
- Publisher Bethesda Softworks
- Genre Action Adventure, RPG
Skyrim DLC 2 named and dated
Bethesda Studios have announced that in September players of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be able to get their hands on the latest content add on for the game. The name of the add on is called Hearthfire and will only be available initially for the Xbox 360.
Bethesda and the mystery Tweet
A mysterious Tweet from Bethesda seems to link to a possible Skyrim announcement that will be taking place tomorrow. On the their Twitter feed it simply says “tomorrow” and there is an image of a man. As there has been a lot of activity regarding Skyrim over the last few weeks it could be safe to assume that this could finally be the DLC everyone has been waiting for.
Skyrim Kinect video released
Further to yesterday’s news that The Elder Scrolls V:Skyrim will be featuring kinect features in it’s next update, Bethesda have kindly provided a video to show how everything will work.
Shouting Dragon Shouts is now a possibility
Shouting “Xbox Search Google” is one of the many jokes that have been thrown around since Xbox 360’s Kinnect announcement and whilst Star Wars Kinect might be commercially successful, critically it’s been a bomb. So it comes as no surprise that Bethesda Softworks are also cashing in on the consumer rich but critic poor peripheral.
Bethesda attempt to trademark Fus Ro Dah!
Skyrim creators Bethesda have attempted to trademark The Elder Scrolls 5 dragon shout ‘Fus Ro Dah!’ in an attempt to ‘protect their brand’.
Skyrim Update 1.5 Arrives on Consoles
Skyrim’s 1.5 update arrives for console players today. Previously released on PC, the update adds cinematic kill cameras, new kill moves and more.
Skyrim DLC will be more like Expansion Packs
We’ve been promised substantial DLC for last year’s blockbuster Skyrim, but it sounds like Bethesda is thinking really big.
Bethesda knew of ‘bad memory situation’ before Skyrim Release
Bethesda knew before Skyrim launched that there would be gamers on PlayStation 3 that would face a “bad memory situation”, director Todd Howard has revealed.