Skyrim’s “Legendary” Game of the Year version is coming

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If you’re one of the three people in the world who’ve yet to play Bethesda’s sprawling, but lonely dragon-killing simulator The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, then there’s good news; the game’s inevitable re-release could be coming soon.

Eurogamer Poland has discovered the Skyrim: Legendary Edition, which apparently contains the core game (and its myriad patches) along with all of the DLC; Dawnguard, Hearthfire and the rather excellent, well-worth-playing Dragonborn.

Polish retailer Ultima lists the game for a June 7 release, priced at 169.90 z? (about  R495/£35/$54) on console, 139.90 z? (about R410/£29 / $44). that’s a little high for a “Game of the Year” rerelease in my opinion, but it does come with all of that DLC.

While this isn’t incontrovertible proof of the Legendary Edition’s existence, it does make sense. With Bethesda asserting that it’s all done with Skyrim, and Bethesda’s predilection for repackaging its games it’s more than likely true.

Have you been holding out for a “complete” version of the game?

Last Updated: April 19, 2013

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