In the context of the E3, Bethesda has announced an offshoot of the fantasy scrolling game Skyrim for Nintendo’s game console switch. The Open World RPG is due to be released in the fall of 2017 and will include, among other things, a movement control via the JoyCon the switch. The close cooperation with Nintendo makes itself in Zelda equipment noticeable.
Many details Bethesda and Nintendo have not yet revealed. The talk is of “brand new gameplay features like motion control for combat and locks, clothes and equipment from The Legend of Zelda”. A trailer shows how a hero dressed as a link from Zelda as a Dovahkiin against the dragons from Skyrim. Thematically suitable Zelda-Amiibos provide for additional contents (and additions).
All three DLCs – Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn – should be included in the switch version of Skyrim. The extent and technique of the versions for PC, PlayStation and Xbox correspond, it is to wait. Graphically, because of the lower power reserves of the Nintendo Switch, at least against the HD-Packs hacked versions can be expected.
Whether it is less content, as is the case with the recently announced switch version of FIFA 18, but must first show. The movement control via JoyCon as well as the possibility to play the game on the go, has the switch of the console competition ahead.
Skyrim (Test) is the fifth part of the popular Rolling Game Series The Elder Scrolls of Bethesda. First released in November 2011 for Windows PCs as well as PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, released last year technically revamped editions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC version also received a graphic fresh cellar with the Skyrim Special Edition. The story revolves around the dragon blood (Dovahkiin), in whose role the player slips. In the Nordic world from the edge of the sky, the prophecy is about the return of the dragons to the bottom.