Let’s face it. Skyrim is one of the finest and most beloved games in the Elder Scrolls series. Furthermore, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim doesn’t really need a special introduction here. However, Skyrim Special Edition does, and we’re all for it.
Skyrim Special Edition Is A Fine Upgrade
First and foremost, The Special Edition includes not only the critically acclaimed game. But it also includes add-ons with all-new features. Such as remastered art and effects, volumetric god rays, dynamic depth of field, and screen-space. Not to mention new quests, environments, characters, dialogue, armor, weapons and more. With Mods of course. Which is why some consider Skyrim Special Edition as Bethesda’s true pride and joy. But is it really?
We’ll get to that. First and foremost, it’s good to mention what’s it all about. Set 200 years after the events of Oblivion, Skyrim Special Edition takes place in…. Skyrim. Or the northernmost province of Tamriel, and it’s up to you to explore the open world there.
But to answer the aforementioned question… Yes, it’s truly Bethesda’s pride and joy. Not to mention the Special Edition is one fine upgrade to an already spectacular RPG.
But in this Skyrim Special Edition, you’ll enjoy the freedom of the open world, the quests, the role-play, or even simply the role of the series. There are also the improved effects and lighting, but despite some of the flaws, it still has some of the magic that fans grew to love over the years. It’s the remaster is a thing of beauty really, and it’s the quality that it contains that will make you forget about the flaws. You’ll most likely spend even more hours playing it, and you’ll enjoy every minute of it.