UK retailer Base have posted a listing for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Definitive Edition earlier than planned; the listing not only confirms the game’s existence, but also reveals a 23 November 2016 release date.
A user on Neogaf by the name of Enter the Dragon Punch has claimed that the remaster will feature "mods, all DLC and improved visuals” - we’d certainly hope so!
Skyrim was already a huge game, made even bigger by two decently sized new DLC locations, so if even a small percentage of PC mods are ported over to consoles it’ll be one hell of a significant package.
It’s all but guaranteed we’ll see the game in action during Bethesda's E3 briefing. For details on when that occurs, check out our [E3 schedule], then be sure to join us in our shiny new [E3 Hub] to catch the action live.
Are you excited to revisit Skyrim? Perhaps even delve in for the first time? Or were you hoping another game would be the one to receive a fresh lick of paint? Let us know in the forum.