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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.
PlayStation 3 owners looking to make Skyrim a bit homier will be able to set down roots today with the launch of Hearthfire. The pack, available this week for 50% off, allows players to purchase land, build a home, and adopt children. Houses will start out as small cottages but can be customized and expanded to include such add-ons as an alchemy laboratory and an armory.
If the home is where the heart is, then Skyrim now owns your heart and your soul. Hearthfire, available today on Live Marketplace for 360 (400 MS Points), allows players to buy a plot of land and construct their own home. Homes can be customized and expanded to include several room types, including an armory, garden, kitchen, and stable.
Bethesda is following Dawnguard, Skyrim’s first DLC release, with something slightly different. In Hearthfire, players will be able to buy a plot of land on which they can build and customize their own home. As time marches on, players will watch their abode transform from a tiny cottage to a massive estate with such highfalutin add-ons as an armory and laboratory.