As we’ve learned, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been considered “completed” by the fine folks at Bethesda and will receive no more updates, outside of the occasional bug fix as needed. That doesn’t mean that we’ve seen the last of Skyrim, though, as according to an over-anxious Polish retailer, Bethesda will be giving Skyrim the complete treatment coming this June with Skyrim: Legendary Edition.
Skyrim: Legendary Edition will include the core game as well as the three major expansion packs that were released; Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn. According to this site, it will launch on June 7th for around $54 for the console version and $44 for the PC version. Of course, those are the European dates and prices, with things in the United States usually being on a Tuesday, June 4th might be a good date to keep in mind and if the game isn’t $59.99 at launch then expect it to maybe have a few bucks knocked off.