Bethesda has announced as part of the E3 to bring The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim as a remastered version of the current consoles and the PC. During the game on the PC will be free, but Konsoleros have to pay the full price. Why this is so, Pete Hines let it be known now.17424Fallout DLC / Fallout Shelter / Skyrim Special Edition - E3 2016 - Showcase Presentation
Bethesda has a remarkable history, when it comes to great role-playing games, including the 2011 released The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim, which is announced in the past week (and as was to be known by rumors) a Remaster received. In order for the open-world role-playing game for the first time be playable on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4th also supplies the computing servants, and owner of the game have to pull the trigger a penny for the remaster including all DLCs. Console players have mind paying full price, what this course does not just find fair. At the same charges Bethesda's Pete Hines has said now.
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And this does not seem to be impressed by the criticism and the related claims. As justification, he indicates that the Skyrim remaster is present in almost identical form on the PC thanks to the many mods already. For this reason it will also free. However, the game is first placed on the current consoles. And here will, also requires the full price as all other Remaster games. It is true, however, that the Dishonored: Definitive Edition, which also comes from Bethesda, was offered at a discounted rate. On a relevant comment, however, Hines responded repellent: "So, are we ready to discuss with why it's not free and go over the price?"
So it seems like this is the last word already spoken and also the owners of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game have to pay the full price for The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Remastered when on October 28 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 appears.
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