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Eat your veggies! If you want to consume all of Bethesda's epic The Elder Scrolls Anthology, you'll have to live to be very, very old.
Today, Bethesda announced The Elder Scroll Anthology, a deluxe packaging of every game, add-on, and expansion in the storied RPG franchise.For $79.99, you'll get:
The Elder Scrolls Arena
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind o Tribunal o Bloodmoon
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion o Knights of the Nine o Shivering Isles
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim o Dawnguard o Hearthfire o DragonbornFive Physical Maps detailing the lands of Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil, and Skyrim.
The Elder Scrolls Anthology will release on September 10th exclusively for PC.
Our Take:Game collections don't get much bigger than this. While it's worth noting that all of these games are currently available for digital download (Arena and Daggerfall free on Bethesda's website), this is still an incredible value. I don't think that's it's outlandish to suggest you could get well more than 500 hours out of this package depending on how much of a completist you are. I'm also curious to see Arena and Daggerfall, two games I'm not familiar with. Even if you're just a curious about Elder Scrolls, the Skyim and Oblivion content alone makes this worth a purchase.
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For 80 bucks? Not bad at all. Getting this no doubt .
That is a amazing deal.
So you're saying get a gaming PC? Fine, but when I do you'll never see me again.
Ill pay some 20 bucks to get all the maps!
I already have Morrowwind, Oblivion and Skyrim with all dlcs except Hearthfire and Dawnguard. I don't have the patience and understanding to handle emulators so that I can play Arena and Daggerfall
Sweet Mother of God.
I assume that the does games are still dos versions.
need to port it over to consoles
I've got the last three on my Xbox, but I might pick this collection up for the PC. It's pretty cool, and not too pricey either...
Glad to see Bethesda hasn't completely forgotten about their PC audience. Surprisingly inexpensive too, considering the amount of content.
What!!!!! That is a deal of a lifetime. Considering I was addicted to Oblivion and Skyrim. I am all over this.
WOOT! Holla at ya boy bethesda!
Only if it was released on consoles...
Wrong time to be broke and unable to sit long enough to game on my PC.