In the past few hours, a very tempting voice has surfaced on the net for the most avid fans of the Redmond giant and the Bethesda franchises. Both Skyrim Special Edition and the GOTY edition of Fallout 4 for Windows 10 have been released on the Microsoft Store with a release date set for March 11th, which suggests that both could be released on the Xbox Game Pass PC service to celebrate during the course of this week.
It would seem to be an article that, purchased individually, can offer the user both games: for those who have not yet had the opportunity to try them by hand, it would be a real opportunity to recover them, since they are considered to all intents and purposes two relics of the recent video game scene.
The first, Skyrim, is an open-world action RPG video game developed and released on November 11, 2011. Let’s talk about the fifth chapter of The Elder Scrolls saga, the sequel to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The second instead, Fallout 4, is an action-RPG of 2015, also developed by Bethesda and published at the time on different platforms and consoles.
So, we have the – almost – confirmation that we will be able to buy this great package starting from March 1, however it is not clear if it will be released on the Game Pass: we have nothing else to do but wait and see the development of the situation, however, we invite you to take the above strictly with a grain of salt, pending an official statement from the Xbox division.
In addition to this, did you know that just recently communications from Microsoft’s upper bosses suggested that the agreement with Bethesda would serve to push the Xbox Game Pass? This could therefore actually be the first big move after the acquisition, aimed at bringing users who love Bethesda titles to the services of the Redmond house.
Both Skyrim Special Edition + Fallout 4 G.O.T.Y. Edition for Windows 10 are being listed on the Microsoft Store with a March 12 release date, implying that both are possibly headed to Game Pass PC this week to celebrate #BethesdaJoinsXbox https://t.co/ewfBtids7d
— Nibel (@Nibellion) March 10, 2021