Skyrim Special Edition brings the epic fantasy to life in detail. The Special Edition includes the game and add-ons with all-new features like remastered art and effects, volumetric god rays, dynamic depth of field, screen-space reflections, and more.

The PS4 version has seen some slight increases to audio fidelity, resulting in an incredible auditory experience whether you’re out exploring the wilderness or speaking to an NPC. For some unknown reason the Xbox One and PC versions are not only unequal in this regard, but their files have been compressed to a point where the quality suffers.

– Better graphics than the original.
– Load times have been cut in half, sometimes more.
– The added quick save feature is great.
– Includes all DLC.

– The box is not edible.
– The game doesn’t cook you breakfast.

Seriously, it’s hilarious how many people are saying ‘don’t buy’ or ‘please don’t buy this!’ Maybe I want to buy it. Maybe I don’t care that it’s the same exact game. I would buy this game once a year if I was forced to do so. It’s that good. And not worth the price? Really? Last I checked the game with all DLC was worth almost $100 and you’re getting it all for 60.

After five years The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is still an incredible experience that can cover the amounts of glitches and the animations system. Unless you are a PC player.

If you’ve never experienced Skyrim, the Special Edition is certainly an adventure you can’t afford to miss. It still includes many of the original version’s bugs, ugly character models, and weak combat animations, but the memorable world benefits hugely from improved lighting and effects.

This remastered version of Skyrim includes a graphical improvement similar to the PC version with HD mods. The console version includes mods support, but this is not enough for Bethesda to sell this remastered game as a full-price version for the consoles.

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