Bethesda’s role-playing epic goes disc-less on Microsoft’s console.
In case you still haven’t played Skyrim and happen to find discs irritating, Bethesda’s role-playing epic is available on Microsoft’s Games on Demand service as a download on Xbox 360. According to the listing on Xbox Live, Skyrim takes up 3.68 GB.
PC gamers have been downloading Skyrim pretty frequently since it launched last November (somehow it still regularly ranks as a top seller on Steam with no associated discount), and now Xbox 360 gamers can experience the joys of Skyrim without having to insert old-fashioned discs, wait for shipping or make trips to retail stores and wait in line behind someone who decided today was the best day to trade-in 25 old console games.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released in November of 2011 and awarded a 9.5 out of 10 on IGN. New downloadable content, called Dawnguard, will be revealed at E3 of this year, which runs from June 5 through 7, and Skyrim was recently upgraded with Kinect command support.
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