Polish retailer claims Skyrim: Legendary Edition is planned for June

19 Apr 2013  by   Peter Parrish
Polish retailer claims Skyrim: Legendary Edition is planned for June
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Polish retailer Ultima (as spotted by Eurogamer Poland,) is claiming that something called Skyrim: Legendary Edition will be offered up as a purchasing suggestion to discerning videogamers from 7 June this year. It’s a package which includes Skyrim and the three DLC releases, Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn; much like the Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas DLC bundle editions.

Since Bethesda has announced that it is done with Skyrim DLC now, this kind of bundle package is pretty much inevitable. However, the publisher has not commented on the discovery of the game listing.

When converted from Polish currency, the Legendary Edition release comes out at around £30 GBP. Assuming you don’t own the game, that seems like a decent deal for 500,000 hours* of open world RPG-ing.

*Estimated

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