Play Skyrim Special Edition for FREE this weekend


In addition to remastered art and effects, the Bethesda title also supports mods, just like the Xbox One version of Fallout 4.

"Winner of more than 200 Game of the Year Awards, Skyrim Special Edition brings the epic fantasy to life in stunning detail". The weekend offer is available for Steam and Xbox owners, starts right now, and continues until this Sunday.

If your free trial awakens the dragon-born inside you, compelling a massive adventure, you can purchase the full version at a discounted rate (%50) until September 18th (Xbox, $30) or September 19th (Steam, $20).

California to file separate suit on immigration protections
The lawsuit also cites the president's history of disparaging Mexicans who make up the vast majority of DACA recipients. This lawsuit comes on the heels of the Donald Trump administration's announcement to end DACA Tuesday.

Japan's Abe agrees with Putin North Korea nuclear test threatens peace
Rather, North Korea says it wants a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the a deterrent against attack . The other half is dialogue and negotiation.

Darker Skin Equals Higher Difficulty in South Park: The Fractured But Whole
Ubisoft's South Park: The Stick of Truth was debatably easy depending on who you ask, even on its hardcore difficulty. Contrarily, the darker your character's skin color the less leeway the world has to offer.

Starting today, those with an Xbox Live Gold membership can play The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition for free until Sunday, September 10 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.

If you're one of the six people left on Earth who haven't played Skyrim yet, then Microsoft, Valve, and Bethesda have some very exciting news for you. The sale will be held until September 18 for Steam and Sept 19 for Xbox One. Maybe Bethesda have done enough for the game now and should instead make sure they do the sequel justice as well.

Look, I know The Elder Scrolls 6 is still years away from release, and it is unreasonable to expect any concrete information on the game yet, but if people get tired by Skyrim now, it could only be bad for the future of the series. Those who are waiting for the game to be on sale for PS4 are in for a disappointment.