It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this enchanted sword.
If I ask you to name a game which does not age, a lot of you would think TES V: Skyrim as an answer –which is correct in many aspects. I admit that the game is not that old, but as a single player game, it still has an astonishing player base. Well, in my opinion, Clive Barker’s Undying is also a game that ages like a wine, but I don’t think there is anybody left to develop mods for it.
Nintendo Switch version of Skyrim was announced side-by-side with the console itself, and left a great impression on all Tamriel dwellers. Playing Skyrim on a bus, how cool is that? (Better than playing S.T.A.L.K.E.R. on a bus, that’s for sure.) And it will come with extra features like swinging our weapons using Joy-Con movements and running around like Link from the Legend of Zelda series, which you can see the demonstration in the below video:
Well, you probably didn’t fancy the music, and you’re right.
Anyway, the release date for our mobile Skyrim experience is announced: It will be out on November 17, exactly 6 years and one week from its original release. And you can get these fancy Zelda armors (sorry, Link) by wandering around; or more easily, scanning your compatible Amiibo figures.