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The Taiwanese ratings board has reportedly rated The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition for Nintendo Switch. Although the listing has since been taken down, switch-brasil managed to capture a screenshot before that happened, which you can check out below. Bethesda has yet to make any official announcement regarding the game coming to Switch, but past leaks from the Taiwanese ratings board have proven themselves to be accurate.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition originally released on November 11th, 2021 for all modern platforms, with the exception of Nintendo Switch. It includes the core game, the add-ons of Skyrim Special Edition, and over 500 pre-existing and new pieces of content from Bethesda’s Creation Club. The standard edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been available for Nintendo Switch since 2017.

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rick-fil-a

7M ago

Was this a separate purchase on other consoles or was it a free (or small fee) to upgrade? I bought the regular edition on Switch last year during a sale but have yet to actually play it lol, will feel kinda foolish if the updated version comes out and it's a new purchase.


foxhounder

7M ago

Maybe this will drive down the price of the original version when it comes out. Kinda crazy it still goes for $60, and only goes down to around $30 when it’s on sale.