The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the greatest and most famous RPGs ever created. It’s a game filled with a seemingly limitless amount of possibilities. When it comes to Skyrim on Switch, the big question left for most people is: how well does one of the biggest RPGs ever created play on Nintendo’s hybrid console? The answer is that it holds up, but doesn’t introduce enough new content or features to really draw in returning adventurers.
The Switch version includes the Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard DLC packs, and visually falls somewhere between last year’s Special Edition and the original console release. It’s noticeable in the detail of foliage, water shaders, and generally sharper textures. However, enhancements such as ambient occlusion, volumetric lighting, and dynamic depth of field are noticeably missing when you compare it to the versions on other consoles.
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