It’s a tale as old as time: some major developers announce their game is available on “console” or “all platforms,” conveniently forgetting the 50+ million Nintendo Switches floating around the world.
At least, that’s what happened when Bethesda announced last November that the new Skyrim Anniversary Editionwhich includes all of the game’s DLC, mod content, and a new fishing system was “available on all platforms”… although it wasn’t.
But that could soon change, according to a report from SwitchBrasil, which noticed that the Digital Game Rating Committee in Taiwan has listed the game in its ratings database for the Nintendo Switch.
The listing has since been removed, but here’s a screenshot SwitchBrasil captured before it disappeared:
Well, better late than never, right?
Would you pay another $50+ dollars for another version of Skyrim, or are you happy with the version that’s already on Switch/the other tens of thousands of consoles that already have Skyrim? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!
https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/05/skyrim-anniversary-edition-has-been-rated-for-switch-in-taiwan-sparking-rumours-of-a-port Skyrim Anniversary Edition has been rated for Switch in Taiwan, sparking rumors of a port