It looks like Bethesda Softworks is bringing its most popular title, "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim", to the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, as confirmed by a recent info leak.
IDigitalTimes reports that the game company might be remastering "Skyrim" for the next-gen consoles soon. This is based on a report by GamePro, a German gaming site, which claims to have information regarding the game from known industry insider, Shinobi602.
The said insider revealed that the game will be launched with improved visuals and will come with all the previous version's DLC's, according to Express. The game is also rumored to have mod support for the PS4 and the Xbox One, which is good news for console gamers, since "Skyrim" mods were only available on PC until now.
Bethesda has recently launched official mod support for Fallout 4 on the Xbox One in May, with the PS4 version to come sometime this month. It is not confirmed, however, whether this remastered version will be available on the PC as well.
Bethesda's Tood Howard said last year that the company has tried bringing "Skyrim" to Xbox One and PS4 as part of the development process for "Fallout 4." It was succesful, but Howard was quick to confirm that this is only an exercise and advised "Skyrim" fans to not get their hopes up.
Bethesda is known for surprising fans with major announcements during E3, like last year's "Fallout 4" release date and the launch of mobile game "Fallout Shelter." The remastered "Skyrim" will probably be revealed at this year's E3 and fans will finally know if all the speculations are true.
Apart from a remastered "Skyrim", a few rumored titles have also surfaced, like "The Evil Within 2," "Wolfenstein: The New Order 2" and "Prey 2", according to Eurogamer. "Dishonored 2" is so far the only confirmed title on the Bethesda roster, but this image from Bethesda (posted by Gamespot) shows a few known characters from some of the game company's popular titles.
Bethesda's E3 2016 media presentation is scheduled on June 12, 7PM PST/ 12:30PM EST.