Bethesda: Skyrim trailer was captured using Xbox 360

Posted By | On 24th, Feb. 2011

Bethesda’s community manager has confirmed via a post at Neogaf forums that the recently released trailer was captured using a Xbox 360.

He also confirmed that the draw distance presented in the trailer is real and it involved no trickery and wasn’t faked.

Just to clarify, all of this trailer was captured on Xbox 360. Also, the draw distance is not faked in any way.

The game releases on Nov 11 for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.

You can watch the debut trailer over here.


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