The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – The Definitive Edition has popped up on U.K. retailer base.com, which claims the remastered fantasy-RPG will be releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2016.
Skyrim is of course currently rumored to be getting the current-generation treatment this year, with an announcement expected to drop during Bethesda’s E3 presentation this coming Sunday.
Nothing official has been announced as of yet, although with the retailer listing now in the open alongside assurances from a well-known industry insider, Shinobi602, it’s looking increasingly likely we’ll see Skyrim get a PS4 makeover this year.
Skyrim coming to PS4 in 2016 complete with all DLC and visual overhaul
While details are pretty thin on the ground right now, insiders have indicated that the remastered version of 2011’s acclaimed Dragon-slaying romp will feature not only improved visuals, but all available downloadable content to boot.
Skyrim, of course, was well supported by post-launch expansions that included Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, fleshing out an already-huge adventure.
Hopefully attention has also been given to the performance of the game, as PS3 owners will recall that the original version of Skyrim was plagued by numerous technical hiccups on Sony’s last-generation console.