Skyrim Legendary Edition collects game and all DLC, now available in stores

Skyrim Dragonborn DLC

By on June 6, 2013 at 9:53 am

If you still haven’t experienced Skyrim, then it’s not too late — in fact it’s a perfectly good time because Bethesda have just announced the release of the Legendary Edition into retail stores.

Retailing for the PC at $49.95, this edition contains all the DLC and updates, and is actually cheaper than buying all of them individually on Steam (which would cost you $92).

The savings aren’t quite so great on console at $69.95 for the PS3 and 360 versions, but it’s still a pretty good reduction. Get out there and enjoy.

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Saw this on steam yesterday.
“This item is currently unavailable in your region”

 

PC version is $34 boxed from OzGameShop. The steam code was $30 but last I checked they pulled the price and now it says, “We’re currently waiting for price information on this item.”

Still the cheapest I’ve seen.

 
frosty-theaussie

The savings aren’t quite so great on console at $69.95 for the PS3 and 360 versions, but it’s still a pretty good reduction.

Why would you want the console versions? No mods.

 
Lord_PorkSword

Steam mid year sale anyone? Count me in if Bethesda aren’t too cheap to give us the Legendary edition at 50% off during these sales.

 

frostytheaussie,

Naught wrong with consoles. Apart from the modding thing. Ok I admit I’m likely to get the PC version too, but still…

 

The game has been pulled from Steam for purchase, for Australia. Was $50 like a few hours ago, now just not for sale?

GMG have it for $60, which is unusually expensive for them?

 

adambjjoz,

Really odd to hear! It’s still very much 50 retail.

 

adambjjoz:
The game has been pulled from Steam for purchase, for Australia. Was $50 like a few hours ago, now just not for sale?

GMG have it for $60, which is unusually expensive for them?

Bethesda are known to price gouge Aussies, but store-wide is odd. Dishonored was $90 for us from Steam.

frostytheaussie: Why would you want the console versions? No mods.

Not everyone has a gaming PC? My cousin’s 5 year old gaming laptop can barely run it at all which is kind of pathetic, so he grabbed it on PS3 and x360 (because his PS3 version never fixed even with patches and he didn’t want to start again to lose it all again).

 

xmas sales is when it’ll become reasonably priced probably, and if not then, whenever they release the new Fallout.

 

$49.95? I just saw the PC version at JB HiFi today for $44.

 
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