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Skyrim comes to PS4 and Xbox One this fall

Time to put another 1,000 hours in

A high-definition, remastered special edition of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim will launch Oct. 28, Bethesda announced during its E3 press conference. The game, originally a PlayStation 3, Windows PC and Xbox 360 release, is heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Along with improved graphics and art, the Skyrim remaster will come with mod support on consoles for the first time and the entirety of the original's downloadable content. The game's trailer, above, shows just how much has changed since Bethesda first released the role-playing game in 2011. For another comparison, use our sliders between the original and remastered versions below.

Update: Owners on Steam of Skyrim and its DLC or the Legendary Edition of the game will get a free upgrade to Skyrim's special remastered edition when the game launches, Bethesda announced on Twitter.

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