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Bethesda Announces Skyrim: Very Special Edition at E3

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Bethesda is renowned for being one of the world’s best game developers, especially RPG ones with amazing titles such as Fallout and The Elder Scrolls franchise. However, it seems like this is not the only thing that Bethesda does well since the game developer recently unveiled that its marketing skills are on another level during the E3 gaming event.

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Special Editions

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is one of Bethesda’s most successful game and gamers worldwide are pleading with Bethesda to start working on the next The Elder Scrolls game. However, Bethesda decided that it didn’t want to put all its eggs in one basket and started working on new Fallout games and enhanced editions of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.

The interesting thing about this is that gamers started making fun of Bethesda because it kept releasing special versions of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim on all possible gaming platforms instead of working on the next installment.

Embracing the Meme

This is how the Skyrim meme started. Players kept poking fun at Bethesda during every major gaming event saying that Bethesda is going to release a special The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim version for microwaves, fridges and so on. Although, what no expected was for Bethesda to embrace the meme.

Skyrim: Very Special Edition

Bethesda decided to show to the entire world that they can take a joke during E3 when the game developer announced Skyrim: Very Special Edition. The two minute trailer shows Keegan Michael Key who is a known actor while is playing Skyrim on all types of devices starting with an Amazon Echo and ending with a fridge!

The trailer for Skyrim: Very special Edition is hilarious and everyone can check it out down below. Nonetheless, let’s hope that Bethesda stops joking around and starts working on The Elder Scrolls: 6.

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