If you’ve never played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, seriously – what’s your excuse? This absolutely epic Bethesda-developed RPG is now ported to almost every modern gaming platform. It has been. Yes, Switch fans seem to have missed last year’s Anniversary Edition, which was chock-full of his DLC, mod content, and even a fishing system for the game, but the chances of this release coming to Nintendo’s hybrid system increase by the day. seems to be rising to go up, rise The Switch version is currently receiving ratings in Europe from rating agency PEGI, and hints of a Switch release appear to be growing following another rating in Taiwan earlier this year. When it first launched on , Bethesda said the game was “available for all platforms,” but the Switch version was noticeably lacking. When it releases on Switch, players can look forward to all the DLC (Dragonborn, Hearthfire, Dawnguard), the previously released new Creation Club mod content, and the aforementioned fishing. This version is priced at full price on other platforms, but owners of existing versions can pay for a cheaper upgrade option.