Skyrim Special Edition is available for pre-load

Skyrim Special Edition Steam

I had known that The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim Special Edition (what a mouthful) would be available for free to PC players, providing that they owned all the DLC, but I didn’t know that I actually did own the DLC. You see, I played Skyrim first on the 360 and apparently acquired it during a Steam sale at some point but never really got around to playing it on PC. I was excited to find that the Special Edition appeared in my Steam library after I got home from work this morning, and it’s downloading now.

I also have to admit, I have never finished Skyrim. I’m not quite sure how far I got, but I’m terrible at completing open world games (speaking of, I have yet to finish Fallout 4). I know I enjoyed playing Skyrim, but I think I got distracted and at some point couldn’t bring myself back around to finish it (same goes for Dragon Age and Witcher 3 unfortunately). With the updated release tomorrow I hope to finally work on completing Skyrim.

Or should I work on finishing Fallout 4 first? So many games, and so little time. I think I’ve enjoyed playing Fallout 4 much more than I enjoyed playing Skyrim, but even with Fallout I got sidetracked by games like Overwatch, Rocket League, Gears 4 and Battlefield. What’s worse is that I’ve heard nothing but rave reviews of Titanfall 2, so now I feel obligated to check that out this weekend as well.

If I do find time for Skyrim, I hope to stream some of my playthrough on Twitch this weekend, so if you’re interested feel free to check that out (I’ll try to post here before I start broadcasting). Otherwise, I hope you have plenty to play this weekend, and I hope you have a great Halloween weekend!

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2 responses to “Skyrim Special Edition is available for pre-load

  1. I really feel you with the “so many games, so little time” thing! Seems like all my favorites have either been recently updated or have had DLC come out this month, so I’m scrambling to catch up on them all! As for “beating” Skyrim, I remember putting in 200+ hours into it on my 360 and still not feeling like I had done everything I wanted to do. So…good luck? lol

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