After releasing a ton of downloadable content, Bethesda Softworks is finally shutting down development on its role-playing game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. What does the future hold for the studio? Signs point to 'Fallout 4' going into full development and an…
Bethesda is done holding you pack. If you want to keep honing your dragon slaying skills forever and ever, it's not going to stop you. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch 1.9, available in beta testing on Steam, introduces Legendary Skills to the game, letting…
Hot on the heels of the PC version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's Dragonborn DLC comes a free update for the game's HD Texture Pack, which brings its improved visuals to all of the game's downloadable content additions.
14 months after its debut, the PlayStation 3 version is finally going to see some DLC. Bethesda Softworks has outlined a full DLC release plan for the console, and the first pack arrives on February 12.
Bethesda promised that the PlayStation 3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim would eventually see the same DLC as the Xbox 360 game. It took months of waiting, but that claim finally seems to be coming true.
Nearly six months after the release of its first expansion, Bethesda is still struggling to get Skyrim DLC onto the PlayStation 3. While the new Dragonborn DLC is promised for early 2013, the studio says Dawnguard will follow.
The next The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC, “Dragonborn,” will be released for Xbox 360 on December 4. The third expansion for Skyrim will cost 1600 Microsoft Points, or $20. No word yet on a PC or PS3 release.
What could be better than mashing hotkeys in the heat of melee battle? Barking commands into your TV, of course. Skyrim players will be able to do just that after a patch support for voice commands through Kinect.
In a bumper crop of games that already puts previous years to shame, these are the titles that had what it takes to rise to the very top of their respective categories and earn the title of Best Games 2011.