Elder Scrolls Anthology rolls up (nearly) everything from Arena to Skyrim

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Elder Scrolls Anthology rolls up (nearly) everything from Arena to Skyrim
Elder Scrolls Anthology heads to PC for $80
Bethesda will launch a special Elder Scrolls Anthology collection for PC on September 10 for $79.99. The compilation will span the five-game series (Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim) and will include official add-ons, such as Skyrim's Hearthfire, Dragonborn and Dawnguard DLC packs.

Not every game in the series is included in the collection, as the four The Elder Scrolls Travels cell phone games and An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire are missing from the package. Bethesda says this is the first time it's put together a PC collection of The Elder Scrolls games, which began with Arena's launch in 1994.

The Elder Scrolls Anthology will also feature five physical maps depicting the lands of Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil and Skyrim.
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We're pleased to announce The Elder Scrolls® Anthology. For the first time in the history of the award-winning series, Bethesda presents The Elder Scrolls® in one complete PC collection. Arriving on retail shelves September 10, 2013 for $79.99, The Elder Scrolls Anthology features all five critically-acclaimed games, plus official add-ons – packaged together in an exclusive premium collector's set. A full list of contents is below.

The Elder Scrolls Anthology includes:
§ The Elder Scrolls Arena

§ The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall

§ The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

o Tribunal

o Bloodmoon

§ The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

o Knights of the Nine

o Shivering Isles

§ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

o Dawnguard

o Hearthfire

o Dragonborn

§ Five Physical Maps detailing the lands of Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil, and Skyrim.
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