By this point in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s life cycle, it’s received numerous patches to help fix some major problems with the game, three pieces of DLC in the form of Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn, but most importantly, it has won multiple Game of the Year awards from publications around the world, including us.
So, it should come as no surprise that we found a listing for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Game of the Year Edition (abbreviated by them) on Amazon France. They’ve given it a Wednesday, June 12th release date and a price of EUR 39,99, which could equate to a $39.99 (but possibly higher) price tag in North America.
Despite no details being provided on the website, it’s a safe bet that it would include all of the previously released DLC.
As of right now, the listing stands completely on its own, with no official word given by Bethesda about it. We’ve reached out to them for a comment on this matter and will let you know if we hear anything back. Until then, take this completely as a rumor, though one that has a good chance of happening.
Would you buy a Skyrim GOTY Edition? If so, for how much? Let us know in the comments below.