lovers The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim They found themselves completely upset with the latest Bethesda version of the game on the Nintendo Switch. Last week, there is another re-release of Skyrim came around. And while new versions of the popular RPG came out some time ago, this one has happened Skyrim Anniversary EditionWhich is something that Switch owners have been asking for for some time. Despite these requests, the reason why many fans are puzzled by this version of the title comes with its price and overall performance.
Probably the biggest problem Skyrim You have it with repeat switch of anniversary edition is that it costs $69.99 in full. So far, this is the first game we’ve seen on Switch that’s costing this new high price that has become more and more popular in recent years on PS5 and Xbox Series X. Not only are fans upset to see that price in the first place, but many are more put off by the fact that Bethesda (or maybe Nintendo) is looking to charge that much for a title that first launched in 2011.
The other major problem in this situation seems to be the content Skyrim Anniversary Edition. Since this new update that added expanded content to the game went live on Switch, some players have reported massive performance difficulties. While the previous version of Skyrim On the Switch it works fine, it looks like something is inside this anniversary edition Upgrading now has caused the game to be full of bugs. Bethesda itself has not commented on this yet, but it seems likely that the company is looking into the situation.
Do you play this new version of Skyrim For yourself now that it’s time to switch? What do you think about the price charged for the game? Make sure to let me know either in the comments or message me on Twitter at Trustworthy.
Additionally, be sure to continue reading below if you want to see more responses from fans about the new Switch version of Skyrim.
Some fans are having performance issues
So Bethesda somehow messed up Skyrim’s Switch port with the Anniversary Update/DLC. The game was working very well and now crowded areas like cities and forests tend to slow down the game a bit. This has never happened before. Please fix this Bethesda. 😓
– Mio_Agnus (@Mio_Agnus) October 1, 2022
Looks like Nintendo is charging more
Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Anniversary Edition costs €55 on Xbox and PlayStation but €70 on Switch. I think this is a Nintendo problem, not an MS or Bethesda problem. pic.twitter.com/zqXWJlnF6X
– Jonas (@jonasxbsx) September 29, 2022
Bethesda did not announce it
Wait… out of nowhere, Switch got the Skyrim Anniversary DLC for $20!? 😱
– Snarky Sunbro (@snarkysunbro) September 29, 2022
The price is higher in other regions
I never had any issues with Bethesda re-releasing the Skyrim collection. But for me, the prices for the Skyrim Anniversary Edition on Switch are way too high in Australia.
New digital games are usually $79.95, but that’s a combined $94.95 or a $30 upgrade if you own Skyrim ($109.95 total). pic.twitter.com/0d0ALhfZQj
– LoneVaultWanderer (LoneVaultWander) September 29, 2022
Skyrim is a break for some players
Well damn. You downloaded the new Skyrim on Switch Anniversary Update and it totally ruined the game. The road is very slow and constantly crashes, it cannot be run.
– Buttowski kick (@dudehowbaked) October 1, 2022