‘Skyrim Remastered’ News & Updates: No Changes In System Or Content; ‘Fallout 4' Survival Mode Adaptation Out Of The Picture?

"Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Remastered," the highly anticipated game release would have no new content or new systems. Although there is no "Skyrim Remastered" trailer yet, the game's release date is still on schedule as confirmed by a Bethesda employee through Twitter. Fans remain to be in anticipation of the game despite these developments.

Content And System Remain The Same

"Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition" would be featuring content from the original game including the add-ons Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn.

Bethesda's PR VP Pete Hines has been answering questions of the game's fans on Twitter and he put an end to rumors that there will be new content and new system in "Skyrim Remastered." He clarified that his statement back in June that Bethesda had not "revealed everything with Skyrim Special Edition" was in response to a question whether the video's enhancement list were the only ones in the game.

With this clarification, "Skyrim Remastered" would most probably not feature a survival mode similar to "Fallout 4."

No Mod Support

Among the biggest questions that "Skyrim" fans have been stressing about is if there is a mod feature or not. Hines clarified that PS4 and Xbox One titles will not allow players "access to console of dev commands."

Having access to console commands provides huge perks to players since it allows them to have greater control over the game. It could give them certain perks, spawn items, and change settings as they wish. Reports detail that Bethesda is willing to allow players mod support but Sony has the final say and they did not allow it.

As to an inquiry if there is a specific date for "Skyrim Remaster" trailer release, Hines replied that there isn't. He did not elaborate on this matter but he assured fans that the release is still on track on Oct. 28 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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