‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ Special Edition is Better in Nintendo Switch, Worst in Xbox One and PS4? [VIDEO]


Dedicated gamers seem to be looking at Nintendo Switch to have better experience when it comes to playing "The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim". Also, the game's special edition is likely to get mods. Read more details here!

"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" Will Feature Mods in Nintendo Switch

Serious and dedicated gamers like to play Skyrim in the levels of Medium/High/Ultra on their respective PCs and they don't usually rely on mods to be able to have enjoyable experience. The case is different for the mainstream consumers as they see laptops, tablets and consoles as an alternative to gaming most especially to those who like indie and retro games.

Some of the gamers have already started playing Zelda with their Nintendo Switch console and "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" is likely to happen soon, according to Mobipicker. Nintendo Switch will provide the players a massive sprawling adventures and quests while sitting in front of the TV in the comforts of their homes or even going out on a road trip.

What makes Nintendo Switch more plausible for Skyrim is the underground modding scene that is considered as lively. This modding scenes are evident in the gameplays of Super Smash Bros, Super Mario Sunshine and Pokemon Series where texture packs and sound library swaps that can be installed to make the game more enjoyable; thus, "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" is deemed plausible to play using the Nintendo Switch.

On the other hand, "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" is said to be better in Nintendo Switch compared to Xbox One and PS4 due to the fact that the latter has more power than the two rivals.

Games Playable in Nintendo Switch

During the three-minute revelation of Nintendo Switch, aside from "The Legend of Zelda" and "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim", there are other four games that are playable in the new console, according to The Verge. These games are "Mario Kart", "An NBA Game", "A New Super Mario Game" and "Splatoon". 

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