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Many games are scheduled to release this year for both PS4 and Xbox One, but The Elder Scrolls Skyrim: Special Edition, a remaster of the original Skyrim, is definitely the most awaited one. The remaster will include all of the game’s expansions and DLC. It will also feature mod support for console versions.

The Elder Scrolls Skyrim: Special Edition will definitely deliver a thrilling experience as Bethesda is doing everything they can to make this remaster perfect. However, since the announcement of this remaster, many fans have only one question in mind. Will The Elder Scrolls Skyrim: Special Edition run at 1080p on PS4 and Xbox One or not? Well to answer this question, GamingBolt came forward.


According to GamingBolt, although Fallout 4 didn’t look like a next-gen game, it was still running at 1080p. So The Elder Scrolls Skyrim: Special Edition, a remastered version of a five years old game will definitely run at 1080p on both PS4 and Xbox One. This won’t be surprising though considering the fact that the remaster has upgraded visuals.

As for now, we currently don’t know exactly when The Elder Scrolls Skyrim: Special Edition will release, but it will most likely arrive at the end of this year. Bethesda recently explained why Skyrim is getting remastered instead of Oblivion and how mod support will work in it. Also, here’s why Skyrim Remaster might be better than Fallout 4.

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