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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Dragonborn
Gamers looking to experience Bethesda’s famed Elder Scrolls series from the beginning are getting their chance today with the release of The Elder Scrolls Anthology for PC. The $79.99 set, detailed below, includes all five titles, all of the physical and digital expansions, and physical maps of all major realms.
Bethesda has announced an all-in-one package for their Elder Scrolls series, The Elder Scrolls Anthology. Set to hit store shelves on September 10, the $79.99 collection includes all five titles, all of the expansions (physical and digital), and physical maps of all major realms.
After a harrowing wait, the PlayStation 3 has received its first round of Skyrim DLC today with the launch of Dragonborn. Adventurers can explore the island of Solstheim, braving its dungeons and equally dangerous wilderness, as well as meet its many inhabitants (and slay its many monsters) for $9.99—a launch-week promo discount of 50%. The other two drops, Hearthfire and Dawnguard, will be available this month as well, with Hearthfire launching on 19 and Dawnguard on 26.
Dragonborn, the latest DLC pack for Skyrim, is now available on Xbox Live for 1600 MS Points. The newest expansion adds the island of Solstheim, a land covered with charred wastes and frozen valleys set just off the coast of Morrowind. Players will be able to visit new towns, explore new dungeons, and undertake new quests. They will also be able to tame dragons by shouting at them. Well, harsh words do hurt.