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THE BUZZ: The latest issue of PC Gamer contains a massive article on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which reveals a bunch of new details regarding the game.

  • Leon from OPM playing tag with the Riverwood children
  • Leon and Jon from OXM experienced significantly different outcomes from the lowe letter quest
  • Journalist playing finds an unnamed Nord town that is walled-off. He enters by jumping up
  • rocks and boulders. This reinforces the idea that the game is truly non-linear and can be fully explored.
  • Article mentions an abandoned subterranean torture chamber/prison
  • Learn “Spark” which is a streaming lightning spell
  • A portion of the 3D map is obscured due to mist, not a blizzard. It could be related to
    unexplored areas or may hint at the weather engine creating a mist effect so thick that it
    affects your vision.
  • Journalist finds a bloody trail that leads him to a dead horse, upturned cart, and slaughtered travelers
  • Imperial camp description: “imperial guardsmen are milling about”
  • Camp is attacked during the cooking interface/animation; cooking/crafting seems to happen in real time
  • Redguard woman attacking the camp is killed by an arrow and shot by an imperial guard before you have a chance to strike her down yourself
  • Can join the imperial guard
  • Half-naked man runs towards the player; the two talk and the man says he wants the player to hold something and return it to him later; player agrees, hunter soon comes running and asks the player if he has seen the thief; the player says no, but the hunter spots the thief running away and tries to kill him with an arrow
  • Imperial guards chase the player all the way to the main gate of Riften
  • Players are invited to try out for the thieves guild in Rifteen
  • Todd Howard mentions an ice shout that freezes the target and encases him in a block of ice falling over. The target will be momentarily defenseless and can take damage at the same time. The ice will shatter and causes additional damage.
  • Howard said there are “literally hundreds of dungeons”
  • Howard explained that the editor’s power is so strong that modders can also tweak and twist the Radiant Story settings

EGM’s TAKE: More and more details keep creeping out of the woodwork, and November 11th can’t come quick enough.

What do you think of these new details? Leave your thoughts below.

Source: Bethesda Forum

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New The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Details

The latest issue of PC Gamer contains a massive article on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which reveals a bunch of new details regarding the game.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/3/2011 08:43 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: The latest issue of PC Gamer contains a massive article on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which reveals a bunch of new details regarding the game.

  • Leon from OPM playing tag with the Riverwood children
  • Leon and Jon from OXM experienced significantly different outcomes from the lowe letter quest
  • Journalist playing finds an unnamed Nord town that is walled-off. He enters by jumping up
  • rocks and boulders. This reinforces the idea that the game is truly non-linear and can be fully explored.
  • Article mentions an abandoned subterranean torture chamber/prison
  • Learn “Spark” which is a streaming lightning spell
  • A portion of the 3D map is obscured due to mist, not a blizzard. It could be related to
    unexplored areas or may hint at the weather engine creating a mist effect so thick that it
    affects your vision.
  • Journalist finds a bloody trail that leads him to a dead horse, upturned cart, and slaughtered travelers
  • Imperial camp description: “imperial guardsmen are milling about”
  • Camp is attacked during the cooking interface/animation; cooking/crafting seems to happen in real time
  • Redguard woman attacking the camp is killed by an arrow and shot by an imperial guard before you have a chance to strike her down yourself
  • Can join the imperial guard
  • Half-naked man runs towards the player; the two talk and the man says he wants the player to hold something and return it to him later; player agrees, hunter soon comes running and asks the player if he has seen the thief; the player says no, but the hunter spots the thief running away and tries to kill him with an arrow
  • Imperial guards chase the player all the way to the main gate of Riften
  • Players are invited to try out for the thieves guild in Rifteen
  • Todd Howard mentions an ice shout that freezes the target and encases him in a block of ice falling over. The target will be momentarily defenseless and can take damage at the same time. The ice will shatter and causes additional damage.
  • Howard said there are “literally hundreds of dungeons”
  • Howard explained that the editor’s power is so strong that modders can also tweak and twist the Radiant Story settings

EGM’s TAKE: More and more details keep creeping out of the woodwork, and November 11th can’t come quick enough.

What do you think of these new details? Leave your thoughts below.

Source: Bethesda Forum

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89