Gaming news summary for June 13, 2016
Bethesda: Fallout 4 add-ons, Quake Champions, Prey remade, Skyrim remastered
Fans of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be able to play the game again, but at a higher quality level than before. Confirmed at E3, Bethesda is bringing out a remastered version of the game to PC, Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 from October 28. While all versions will feature improvements to the graphical quality of the game, the console versions will include support for mods, curated by the company itself. PC players will also get an extra benefit, with anyone who owns the original game and all downloadable content, or the Legendary Edition on Steam, getting a free upgrade to the Special Edition.
Continuing the theme, Bethesda revealed the introduction to the campaign mode of The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a strategic card game. Arriving on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android, it is currently undergoing a closed beta, with the company regularly adding more players to the testing group.