An Amulet of Mara from Skyrim? Seems like love might just strike twice, right?
Or maybe not, at least that’s what some fans think when they heard about this upcoming addition to Skyrim. There’s evidence that romance has already hit upon and made it into production—if you believe Skyrim co-producer, Dan Houser.
We know this because he spoke with us directly on a recent episode of our gaming show where we asked him whether he plans to add more Romance content to Skyrim—a trend now creeping back onto other platforms including Steam and Xbox. And if you plan to jump into Skyrim during its next major update (currently scheduled for August 3), don’t fret.
You’ll have plenty of time to play before then, so don’t worry about missing out. And don’t expect any romance-themed DLC or additional gameplay tweaks in Skyrim v. 2023 either. That’s expected to happen around Skyrim V. 2023 when developers start rolling out new content.
What might surprise players is what happens with the ending of Skyrim: Skyrim 1.5. For those unfamiliar with the story, Skyrim 1.5 ends up taking place shortly after the death of Edward “Patient Zero,” known as the original Skyrim protagonist who died fighting off monsters in Skyrim 2.0’s first act.
However, instead of jumping straight into World of Warcraft, Skyrim is taking characters from both games and merging them all for the first time. This version of Skyrim would likely consist of multiple main characters: Lothar Alsehir, who spends his life-saving others, Eivor, who manages the world and fights for peace, Zennia, who helps keep Skyrim alive, and Tariqa Seddin, the woman behind her father’s legacy she took as her own.
But even though their personalities are quite distinct, none of them would appear to be the same. As is often the case with these types of scenarios, it comes down to personal preference.
Some fans of Skyrim say they prefer another character—like Daffy—while also making sure their friend doesn’t get too far ahead, while others feel differently about putting someone else in charge for the showdown. After all, if anyone gets killed, which happens in Skyrim, it’s bound to fall to one of the members of your team.
They may even pick Lothar or Eivor as their replacements. As always, your preferences should always come first. The reason why every fandom loves a movie franchise like Stranger Things remains true today. While there are many versions of the series available on streaming services, people still want to see what they got in person.
Just because something isn’t being shown in a physical setting doesn’t mean it doesn’t resonate with fans and makes the experience much better than watching it over video. So where to begin? Well, in Bethesda Soft’s latest cinematic adventure, fans can look forward to seeing actors playing scenes based on popular fictional universes and storylines such as the 80s sci-fi thriller Matrix 4 and the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Thor movies.
But what do I care what it looks like when I finally see it on screen in 2022? Does it matter at all? Well… that depends. If anything, it matters less than ever, especially since HBO MAX dropped the entire collection of films featuring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman.
But just knowing what the big screen versions look like will make your enjoyment level even stronger in this multi-billion dollar multiverse, let alone your memories of past outings with friends and family.
So take a moment and enjoy what’s coming when Wizards Entertainment releases Skyrim: Skyrim 10 on December 19. Because despite reports that indicate that this year’s release date might push things further along, the last thing you need is for your beloved Skyrim game to disappear forever.
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