Last Friday, the Polish spotted a Skyrim: Legendary edition. We’ve spent the best part of the week since practicing expressions of surprise and delight so that when Bethesda come through the door with - Oh, Bethesda! What’s that you’ve got there? For me?
Buy the Legendary Edition and you’re basically getting the One With Everything: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, Dragonborn, and that thing sneering forumites call vanilla Skyrim. The PC version will arrive in European and Australian shops on June 7, and will set you back £29.99 / €39.99 / AU$49.95.
Bethesda would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Skyrim’s various expansions have been responsible for a wealth of new features including combat cameras, mounted combat, a Legendary difficulty mode and infinite skills to counter your infinite dragons. The Legendary edition comes with all of that, naturally.
What’s the mounted combat like, incidentally? It doesn’t really behoove a thief to swipe at peasants from horseback, so I wouldn’t know.