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Skyrim to come to PS4/Xbox One?

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Do you care?

Yes 38 38.78%
 
No 34 34.69%
 
All I know is my gut says maybe 15 15.31%
 
I've wasted enough of my... 10 10.20%
 
Total:97

I wouldn't say this news is under over, I'd just say it's whelming.



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Only on the US site. I'm a skeptic.



PenguinZ said:
I loved Skyrim, but I'm not really interested in a re-release on the new systems... seems like a waste of time.

I have to agree with Mr. PenguinZ here.

Loved it, but have moved on.  It does make me wonder if they think Elder Scrolls isn't going to do well.



 

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snyps said:
I wonder if in '07 PS3 owners would be thrilled to get ps2 games.

Have you seen Skyrim in high graphics to Ultra settings on a PC? Almost a totally different feeling. I stopped play Skyrim and vowed to play it on a PC, but if this happens I dont even have to go through that.

Plenty were thrilled to get an HD Sony collections. 



S.T.A.G.E. said:
snyps said:
I wonder if in '07 PS3 owners would be thrilled to get ps2 games.

Have you seen Skyrim in high graphics to Ultra settings on a PC? Almost a totally different feeling. I stopped play Skyrim and vowed to play it on a PC, but if this happens I dont even have to go through that.

Plenty were thrilled to get an HD Sony collections. 

I have, and honestly it's not that big of a difference. Most of the time when people show off skyrim pictures, they're modding the hell out of it to make it look like something you'll see on PS6 or PS7, maybe you saw that instead?



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I've been checking the comments of various articles about this and it looks like the general consensus is positive. Really, what would Bethesda have to lose by porting it? It likely wouldn't take much development effort or budget to port the game, and it would likely sell at least 1 million lifetime units on each platform, and it would give fans who don't like the Elder Scrolls Online something to play on their next gen consoles during the several year wait for TES 6.



Seems pointless if there is no mod support.



Ponyless said:
S.T.A.G.E. said:
snyps said:
I wonder if in '07 PS3 owners would be thrilled to get ps2 games.

Have you seen Skyrim in high graphics to Ultra settings on a PC? Almost a totally different feeling. I stopped play Skyrim and vowed to play it on a PC, but if this happens I dont even have to go through that.

Plenty were thrilled to get an HD Sony collections. 

I have, and honestly it's not that big of a difference. Most of the time when people show off skyrim pictures, they're modding the hell out of it to make it look like something you'll see on PS6 or PS7, maybe you saw that instead?

I played it on the PS3 and the graphics difference was huge even before the modding. The fidelity of the game was very different. Can't wait to tell you the truth. I've always wanted to finish the game. 



shikamaru317 said:

I've been checking the comments of various articles about this and it looks like the general consensus is positive. Really, what would Bethesda have to lose by porting it? It likely wouldn't take much development effort or budget to port the game, and it would likely sell at least 1 million lifetime units on each platform, and it would give fans who don't like the Elder Scrolls Online something to play on their next gen consoles during the several year wait for TES 6.

I'd agree with this.  

I think with Skyrim, they even expected it to go to next gen consoles anyway, but new consoles took too long.  If I remember that right.  It should be fairly easy for them to do, and several other companies are already doing similar moves.  Tomb Raider for instance.  



bucky1965 said:
Seems pointless if there is no mod support.

Mod support probably won't happen, but I wouldn't say never.  At least one PS3 game saw mod support.