During this time, the Skyrim Special Edition free fishing update will include some Creation Club extras.

During Quakecon, Bethesda announced that it would release Skyrim Anniversary Edition on Skyrim’s 10th birthday, November 11, providing an opportunity for memelords to dust off gags about its endless cycle of ports and rereleases once again. The Anniversary Edition will include “over 500 unique content from Creation Club” and Skyrim Special Edition users can upgrade to it. Skyrim Special Edition will get a fishing update. This update will allow you to “grab a fisherman’s pole and do some fishing quests”.

Bethesda have now given out some more info about both the Anniversary Edition and the fishing update, as well as its other plans for the RPG’s birthday. First, Skyrim Special Edition players will not only get fishing, but two paid mods from the Creation Club will also be joining the group for free: Survival Mode (an optional difficulty mod that adds hunger and fatigue to the game, as well as limitations on fast travel, health regeneration, and carry weight) and Saints & Seducers, a quest mod that is based on the Shivering Islands, which also contains Rare Curios, which brings back ingredients from Oblivion and Morrowind.