Bethesda’s popular RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this year, and the game is yet again being re-released through an Anniversary Edition today, November 11th. Bethesda recently revealed how much the game and its upgrade with cost.
In an FAQ, the company unveiled the MSRP will $50 USD for the entire Skyrim Anniversary Edition. The means it will cost €54.99, £48, $80 AUD, and 3399 RUB. Those who already own the Skyrim Special Edition can upgrade their digital copy for $20 USD, €20, £16, $30 AUD, or 1429 RUB.
The Skyrim Anniversary Edition includes the Skyrim Special Edition and all previously released Creation Club content.
Bethesda is also releasing a physical version of Skyrim’s Anniversary Edition on PS4 and Xbox One which is still the same $50 USD price tag. The disc doesn’t contain the Creation Club content, so internet access will be needed to install it.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X|S will be getting free upgrades as well (not a free Anniversary Edition though). Players can expect “enhanced graphics, faster loading times, and more.”
Lastly, all Trophies and Achievements from Skyrim Special Edition will also be applied to the Anniversary Edition. Unless you upgrade from PS4 to PS5–they you’ll have to start over on those Trophies.
Bethesda has maintained support for Skyrim long after it’s release, simply because people keep buy it. Todd Howard said “if you want us to stop releasing it, stop buying it.”