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More information (source: wikipedia): 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. Skyrim was released worldwide in November 2011 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Three downloadable content (DLC) add-ons were released - Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn - which were repackaged into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition, which was released in June 2013. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition, a remastered version of the game, was released for Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 in October 2016. It came with all three DLC expansions and a complete graphical upgrade for both consoles, along with additional features. Skyrim's main story revolves around the player character and their effort 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 and develops the character by improving skills. Skyrim continues the open world tradition of its predecessors by allowing the player to travel anywhere in the game world at any time, and to ignore or postpone the main storyline indefinitely. The game was developed using the Creation Engine, rebuilt specifically for the game. The team opted for a unique and more diverse game world than Oblivion's Cyrodiil, which game director and executive producer Todd Howard considered less interesting by comparison. Skyrim was released to critical acclaim, with reviewers particularly mentioning the character development and setting, and is considered to be one of the greatest video games of all time. The game shipped over seven million copies to retailers within the first week of its release, and sold over 30 million copies across all platforms.
* Plot of the game: The player character is a prisoner being led to an Imperial execution. Alduin unexpectedly interrupts the procession, destroying the town before the player can be executed. The player escapes and journeys to the city of Whiterun to request aid against the dragon threat. After slaying a different dragon that attacks nearby, the player absorbs the dragon's soul which grants them the ability to perform a shout. The city's guards inform the player that they must be a Dragonborn. The player is summoned to meet with the Greybeards, an order of monks who live in seclusion. The Greybeards train the player in using shouts and inform the player of their role in stopping Alduin. The player learns that Skyrim's civil war is the last in a sequence of prophetic events foretold by the Elder Scrolls, which also predicted the return of Alduin. The player later meets with members of the Blades, an order of dragon hunters. The player and the Blades travel to Alduin's Wall, a prophetic engravement, to learn that ancient Nords used a special shout against Alduin so they could engage him. To gain more information, the player meets the ancient dragon Paarthurnax, the leader of the Greybeards. Paarthurnax reveals that Alduin was cast into the currents of time by the use of an Elder Scroll in the hope that he would never reemerge. The player locates the Elder Scroll and uses it to peer through a window in time and learn the shout to combat Alduin. The player battles with Alduin, who then flees to Sovngarde, the Nordic afterlife, to gain strength by devouring the souls of deceased Nords. The player summons and traps a dragon named Odahviing, and learns from him that Alduin has fled to Sovngarde through a portal located at an ancient fort called Skuldafn. Odahviing agrees to fly the player to Skuldafn, claiming Alduin has shown himself as weak and undeserving of leadership over the dragon race for fleeing from the Dragonborn. The player enters Sovngarde and travels to the Hall of Valor. There, they meet up with the three heroes of Nordic legend who defeated Alduin originally. With their help, the player defeats Alduin once and for all.
* Additional content of the game: A wide variety of modifications, both official and fan-created, are available for Skyrim, generally made using the packaged Creation Kit. These mods might be distributed freely on file sharing sites like the Skyrim Nexus, or officially aggregated via the Steam Workshop's controlled content distribution mechanism. The mods include features such as a more vibrant night sky, new lighting systems, new characters and locations, user interface updates, and more. The first official Skyrim modification was The Fall of the Space Core, Vol. 1, created by Bethesda in collaboration with Valve Corporation. It causes the Space Core, a fictional device from Valve's video game Portal 2, to fall from the sky and land in a burnt-out house near Whiterun. The Space Core (voiced by Nolan North) acts as a non-player character, following the player around the world of Skyrim and dispensing space-related comments. Dawnguard, the first downloadable add-on for Skyrim, revolves around a battle between the Dawnguard and Clan Volkihar. The Dawnguard, a band of vampire hunters, rely on the use of their trademark crossbow weapons in their pursuit against Clan Volkihar, a family of vampires. Early in Dawnguard's quest line, players must choose which faction they join forces with. Dawnguard adds new content to the game, including weapons, magic, and armor, and expands the abilities afforded to players who choose to become either a vampire or a werewolf. It also adds two new areas outside of the main land of Skyrim to explore: the Soul Cairn, a plane of the realm Oblivion, and the Forgotten Vale, a secluded glacial valley. Dawnguard released on the Xbox 360 in English-speaking territories on June 26, 2012, and in European countries in mid-July 2012. It was released for Windows on August 2, 2012, via the digital distribution platform Steam. Performance issues on the PlayStation 3 hampered Dawnguard's, and subsequent content add-ons', release on that platform. Dawnguard eventually released on the PlayStation 3 on February 26, 2013 in North America, and on February 27, 2013, in Europe. Hearthfire, Skyrim's second add-on, allows players to build houses and adopt children. Three plots of land are added to the game world, which players can purchase. Once land is purchased, players select rooms to add on to the basic template of the house, built from raw materials like lumber and clay, which can be gathered or purchased. Players may also adopt up to two children, and have them live with the player's spouse in their houses. Hearthfire was released for the Xbox 360 on September 4, 2012, and for Windows on October 4, 2012. It was later released for PlayStation 3 on February 19, 2013 in North America, and February 20, 2013 in Europe. Dragonborn is the third and final add-on for Skyrim. It revolves around the player character's efforts to defeat Miraak, the first Dragonborn, who has become corrupted and seeks to control the world. The add-on takes place on the island of Solstheim, an island northeast of Skyrim, which, like Skyrim, is presented as an open world. It adds new content to the game and allows players to ride on the backs of dragons, along with other shouts that can be learned exclusively from Solstheim. Dragonborn was released for the Xbox 360 on December 4, 2012, for Windows on February 5, 2013, and for PlayStation 3 on February 12, 2013. In April 2013, Bethesda announced via their blog that they were "moving on" from Skyrim and preparing to work on other projects. They added that they would only be releasing "minor updates" for the game.
* Timeline of release years: 1994 (The Elder Scrolls: Arena), 1996 (The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall), 1997 (An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire), 1998 (The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard), 2002 (The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal), 2003 (The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon, The Elder Scrolls Travels: Stormhold), 2004 (The Elder Scrolls Travels: Dawnstar, The Elder Scrolls Travels: Shadowkey), 2006 (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine), 2007 (The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles), 2011 (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim), 2012 (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn), 2014 (The Elder Scrolls Online), 2016 (The Elder Scrolls: Legends, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition).