The Elder Scrolls Anthology coming to PC in September

Elder Scrolls Anthology

By on August 2, 2013 at 2:44 pm

If you’re one of the seventy million people who never played an Elder Scrolls game until Skyrim, you’re in luck! Bethesda are compiling all the other non-Skyrim games into a single anthology, and even throwing Skyrim in as a bonus.

This marks the first time that all the Elder Scrolls games have been collected together, and it includes all of the DLC as well as five physical maps detailing the lands of Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil, and Skyrim.

Included in the collection is:

  • The Elder Scrolls Arena
  • The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
  • The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  • Tribunal
  • Bloodmoon
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  • Knights of the Nine
  • Shivering Isles
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  • Dawnguard

It’ll be available on September 12 this year for AUD $89.99.

9 comments (Leave your own)

Just look at those discs, Skyrim really is the bastard child.

 

I’m wondering if Arena and Daggerfall even run without DosBox or if they just shipped it with dosbox ala GOG.com. Also this is not a proper complete anthology as its missing Redguard and Battlespire. Redguard was still a good game, one I’m sure people wouldn’t mind owning as well.

 

I don’t think I have enough hours left in my life to play all of these.

 

gammad:
I’m wondering if Arena and Daggerfall even run without DosBox or if they just shipped it with dosbox ala GOG.com. Also this is not a proper complete anthology as its missing Redguard and Battlespire. Redguard was still a good game, one I’m sure people wouldn’t mind owning as well.

It’s shipping with DOSbox :)

 

Think of it this way, it won’t be long after this pack is released I imagine that XLEngine won’t be too far after that, so at the very least you’ll be able to run an enhanced version of Daggerfall under a true Windows environment.

http://xlengine.com/

Of course you could download Daggerfall for free from the Elder Scrolls website and do the same thing anyhow, but now you’ve got the option of getting the disc. And a map apparently. Even more awesome is if it also came with the printed manuals for the games too.

 

That would be awesome!!! If i didn’t already own all of them and their DLCs with exception to Arena and Daggerfall….

 

eh, I don’t need physical copies, Arena was released for free and drm free a few years back, but I never got around to DosBoxing it myself, I own Morrowind (somewhere havent seen the disc in years) and Oblivion and Skyrim, so Arena and Daggerfall are the only ones of interest to me. I would buy those individually on GoG or Steam but I’m so over retail pc games, so much headache to get them to run, much easier on GoG or Steam.

 

vcatkiller: Of course you could download Daggerfall for free from the Elder Scrolls website and do the same thing anyhow, but now you’ve got the option of getting the disc. And a map apparently. Even more awesome is if it also came with the printed manuals for the games too.

Yeah Arena and Daggerfall have been available for free for some time. I highly doubt anyone who jumped on board at Skyrim even knows how to dosbox, or would play either game for more than 5 minutes.

Hopefully I’m wrong, and there’s a sudden uprising of people demanding the return of the spellmaker. So what if you can create a spell that one-shots everything? It just makes it more awesome.

 

Spellmaker was always awesome. Skyrim’s lack of that feature was one of the biggest black marks against an otherwise awesome game. Who cares if you could create dangerously OP spells, the entire charm was you had the choice to do so.

I remember in Daggerfall creating a spell that could regenerate my entire health bar every second for several minutes at a time. Towards the end it could last so long I could explore entire dungeons using just that spell and it cost nearly peanuts. It was great!

 
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