Announced earlier this year, Skyrim Anniversary Edition boldly asserted that you are ready to buy this ten-year-old RPG for the third time. To help close the deal, Bethesda revealed this week that you will be able to add suspicious friends to your Dragonborn pristine winter cabin.
Anniversary edition release news, you can finally fish in Skyrim. But in a tweet this week, Bethesda revealed that these fish are not just for frying—in fact, if you build a fire house anywhere, you can store them in your In your own aquarium.
Don’t knock on the glass. They don’t like that… Add an aquarium to your fireplace house in Skyrim Special Edition/Anniversary Edition on November 11th to get all your fresh catch 🐟 #Skyrim10 pic.twitter.com /jAh1vjC5QmOctober 20, 2021
Ignoring the lack of modern filtration and feeding systems, adding tropical fish to your home seems to be a comfortable way to introduce some companies. In addition, virtual fish are as exciting as real fish, and there is no need to deal with cleaning water tanks or their mysterious disappearance.
In addition to the aquarium, the anniversary edition also includes a complete series of third-party modules for the Creator Club. That is, if you decide not to buy Skyrim, Bethesda has pointed out that both fishing and fish tanks will be provided as free updates for Skyrim: Special Edition. It is worth noting that both the anniversary edition itself and the special edition anniversary update have the risk of destroying a large number of modules.
The Skyrim Anniversary Edition coincides with the game’s 10th anniversary and will be launched on November 11.