So it is entirely possible that you are one of the many people who decided it was best to not buy the latest instalment of The Elder Scrolls series. Upon reflection, it appears that was a good move to make. Soon you will be able to get your hands on Bethesda's massive role playing, action adventure title, "The Elder Scrolls Skyrim" in a premium edition.
Mr Shui Ta from examiner.com says that alongside a copy of the original game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim premium edition" also features map, emblem t-shirt, The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel, six concept art postcards in addition to a bonus disc containing background materials, trailers, walkthroughs, five songs and a 600-page strategy guide e-book.
When listed on Amazon, the premium edition of the game was listed as available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at 59.99 euros whilst the PC version cost only 49.99 euros. This equates to approximately $77 which is around £48 and $64 which is around £39 respectively.
Although it hasn't been confirmed as an official release yet by Bethesda on any of their usual media outlets or via press release, Amazon.com had the games premium edition slated for release later this year on December 7th, just in time for the Christmas rush, a brilliant move on behalf of the Skyrim marketing team. In short, you're getting an awful lot of awesome Skyrim loot, and snazzy collector’s box, a huge map and of course the game. The only downside is that there are no plans to include the DLC in the bundle, which must be purchased separately.