Skyrim Details: Exploration, Side Quests, Stealth Perks
If you're thoroughly psyched for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, you probably don't need any additional details.
Then again, maybe you're so psyched, you just can't get enough information, and every new fact - no matter how small - is just another reason to pick up Bethesda's latest on November 11. Yeah, it isn't that far off.
Well, if that's the case, here are more details from what seems to be the Russian version of the next Game Informer. Plus, if you click through the link, you'll find some new screenshots, too. As for the highlights, check 'em out:
-- Just killing a random stranger or 2 won’t be enough for you to join the Dark Brotherhood.
-- Couple of stealth perks include 15x damage increase with a dagger in stealth and perk that allows you to disappear from battle.
-- Upon exploring Whiterun you’ll be asked if your Battle-Born or Stormcloaks. On this occasion the player said Battle-Born and got to explore their headquarters without any harm. They offer a quest, they suspect one of their soldiers has been taken by the Stormcloaks at Northwatch Keep.
-- He hears some gossip in the local tavern that a boy in Windhelm is looking for the Dark Brotherhood.
-- After that, the writer didn’t want to describe what happens next because of spoilers. He says that if you’re a fan of previous questlines you’re going to love it and has it’s a nice mix of dark humour and brutality. Just as he was about to visit the Dark Brotherhood sanctuary, his time ran out.
-- Briefly before he finished he climbed up a mountain to Azura’s Shrine and was offered a quest.
Forgive any rough translations. However, you get the idea. We're talking about plenty of intricate detail, which should make this vibrant, engaging world all the more involving. Personally, I just wanna fly. No, seriously. I want a class that can eventually sprout wings like a freakin' dragon and rain terror down from the skies! ...too much to ask for?
Related Game(s): The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
10/7/2011 8:45:56 PM John Shepard