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Skyrim Premium Edition coming this December according to retail listing, contents detailed (update)

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Coming December

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A Premium Edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is rumored to release this December, according to a listing on Amazon.de.

Contents of this new edition include a map, emblem t-shirt, The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel, six concept art postcards, as well as a bonus disc for PC containing background material, trailers, walkthroughs, five songs, and a 600-page strategy guide e-book. The Premium Edition does not appear to include DLC.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Premium Edition has a suggested retail price of €59.99 on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, roughly $77.57. On PC it has a suggested retail price of €49.99, or roughly $64.64.

This edition has a release date of Dec. 7 in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland according to the website.

We have contacted Bethesda for comment and will update the post when more information is made available.

Update: A Bethesda representative confirmed to Polygon that the Skyrim Premium Edition will be available in the United Kingdom.

"It's coming to the U.K.," they said. "More details about its availability soon."