The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Is An Open World Action Role-Playing Video Game Developed By Bethesda Game Studios And Published By Bethesda Softworks. It Is The Fifth Main Installment In The Elder Scrolls Series, Following The Elder Scrolls Iv: Oblivion, And Was Released Worldwide For Microsoft Windows, Playstation 3 And Xbox 360.

The Game’s Main Story Revolves Around The Player Character And Their Quest To Defeat Alduin The World-Eater, A Dragon Who Is Prophesied To Destroy The World. The Game Is Set Two Hundred Years After The Events Of Oblivion, And Takes Place In The Fictional Province Of Skyrim. Over The Course Of The Game, The Player Completes Quests.

Skyrim Was Developed Using The Creation Engine, Rebuilt Specifically For The Game. The Team Opted For A Unique And More Diverse Game World Than Oblivions Imperial Province Of Cyrodiil, Which Game Director And Executive Producer Todd Howard Considered Less Interesting By Comparison. The Game Was Released To Critical Acclaim, With Reviewers.

Having Completed Work On Oblivion In 2006, Bethesda Game Studios Began Work On Fallout 3. It Was During This Time That The Team Began Planning Their Next The Elder Scrolls Game. From The Outset, They Had Decided To Set The New Entry In The Land Of Skyrim, Incorporating Dragons Into The Main Theme Of The Game.Full Development Begun.

Elder Scrolls Skyrim Legendary Edition [Ps3] (Size: 12.95 GB)