No demo planned for Skyrim

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We have some disappointing news for you folks, as Bethesda has been confirmed that they will not release a demo for the highly anticipated action RPG, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

 

We have some disappointing news for you folks, as Bethesda has been confirmed that they will not release a demo for the highly anticipated action RPG, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The reseason? Well, according Bethesda's Craig Lafferty, Skrim is just too huge of a game in terms of size and complexity that it would be hard to create a demo.


Speaking in an interview to Gameplanet, Craig said, "No, we won't be doing a demo. For a game of this size and complexity, it's really hard to do a demo the represents the game, y'know, truly, and it would have to be a gigantic demo, so..." You can check the rest of the interview below.

 

 

Bethesda recenty stated that Skyrim will offer "literally hundreds of hours of content depending on how much you explore." The game is slated to arrive on November 11 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.