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This Skyrim: Special Edition video shows how gorgeous the game looks on current-gen

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    Well, that sure is pretty.

    Bethesda has released a video for Skryim Special Edition, comparing the lovely differences between last-gen and current-gen consoles.

    Not that the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 versions were ugly by any means. It just looks better. You will recognize some clips in the video if you watched the trailer released last week which showed how mods can be incorporated.

    Of course, there isn’t a comparison for PC shown in that video, because, well, PC. Yeah, I totally went there.

    Should probably clarify that before I get flamed to hell and back: I own Skyrim on Xbox 360 and also on PC through Steam.

    I also own The Elder Scrolls Anthology, so technically I have purchased Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim three times each: twice for PC and once for Xbox consoles. You’re welcome, Bethesda.

    Anyway, enjoy that lovely trailer.

    Skyrim: Special Edition will be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One October 28.

    In the PS4 video below, YouTube channel FudgeMuppet shows off many of the graphical upgrades the various cities in the game have received.

    The 16-minute video is commentary-free, and is made up entirely of gameplay from all the major cities. Anyone who played Skyrim when it first came out will no doubt remember Winterhold, Falkreath, Riften, Solitude and many others. All footage was captured from the PS4 build.​






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