As we quickly approach this year's E3, more and more rumors begin to circulate. This rumor, however, has been in circulation for over a year now. In an interview with Gameinformer, Todd Howard stated that Fallout 4's development began with porting Skyrim to the Xbox One as an exercise. Howard went on to say that fans shouldn't get their hopes up for a release of this port.
Well, it seems that we may now have possible confirmation of a remastering of Skyrim on current gen consoles. Retailer Base.com have listed 'The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - The Definitive Edition' for PS4 and Xbox One with a release date of November 23, 2016.
Considering this is a "Definitive Edition", it would be safe to assume that the three pieces of DLC released for Skyrim will be included. Seeing as Fallout 4 recently got mod support on consoles, it is also possible that the same will be implemented for the Definitive Edition of Skyrim. This has yet to be confirmed though.
We still have yet to see an official confirmation of this remasterings existence, but E3 is just around the corner. And with Bethesda holding another conference, we may get its official reveal there.
It's also worth noting that, most recently, games such as BioShock: The Collection and Batman Return to Arkham were also rumored and then leaked by a retailer listing them too early. The same could have just as easily applied to Skyrim.
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