The sci-fi RPG has enjoyed Bethesda's biggest game launch to date, with 6 million players across all platforms as of the day of its release.
Bethesda's massive space epic is almost upon us, but how does it measure up to the developer's legendary open-world fantasy? Find out here.
Compelling moments can draw players into a game, but regardless of their brilliance, there are some you just don't want to experience again.
As excellent as Bethesda Game Studios' past single player RPGs have been, we're hoping the next one will make some key improvements.
Bethesda's seminal open world RPG has doubled its lifetime sales since the company last revealed its official sales figures.
For one reason or another, these games just kept pulling us back toward them.
The Xbox 360 was Microsoft's first major success in the console space and offered some excellent first-party and third-party titles.
The Anniversary Edition can be purchased as a bundle with the base experience, or as a cheaper upgrade for those who already own the game.
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Rated in Taiwan back in May, the Anniversary Edition includes the base game with all DLC and more than 500 pieces of Creation Club content.
The newest edition of Skyrim adds just enough to entice the few that have yet to play it, or perhaps missed the 8th gen version, but stops short of much else.
Skyrim's upcoming re-release will add new quests, spells, gear, mechanics, and much more as it brings the beloved RPG to even more platforms.
Skyrim Special Edition owners can upgrade to the Anniversary Edition for $19.99 and will also receive a free next-gen update.
Raise spirits and skeletons as your allies, earn a powerful stealth bow or claim a gothic manor as your home with these included Creations.
Assist some Redguard agents in locating their companion, restore a Dwarven lair by creating automatons, and much more.
New questlines, enemies, armor and weapons are being included along with new content like The Cause and Ghosts of the Tribunal.
Fish aren't just good for food - they can also be displayed in one's home. A limitless number of aquariums also seems possible.
From sweeping vistas to in-depth cities with unforgettable adventures, these open world titles have definitely stood out throughout the years.
10 years after the game's initial release, a new edition will come with new Creation Club content, and those with Special Edition will get upgrade options.
id Software also celebrates the 25th anniversary of Quake while the Fallout 76 team offers an in-depth look at Fallout Worlds.