The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn - Recensione

Author: Francesco "Checco" Destri
Date: 2020-07-31 00:22:52
Many did not enthusiastically welcome Dawnguard, the first DLC of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, followed after the summer by the second Hearthfire add-on, which brought into the already vast game world created by Bethesda the possibility of building a house and to make a family. Even in this case, the fans did not shout at the miracle and there was clearly the need for a new expansion that was finally up to the main game. No sooner said than done. Bethesda has rolled up its sleeves and has baked Dragonborn in a few months, landed on Xbox Live in early December and subsequently on PC and PlayStation 3. The version considered here is precisely the one for PC, available on Steam at 19.99 euros, unusually price high for a DLC, but basically adequate to the amount of news put in place by the American team. And then, let's face it, in a period in which for some multiplayer maps you can even spend 15 euros, the amount required for Dragonborn must not appear exaggerated at all, counting that you will spend at least fifteen hours on the island of Solstheim.

Francesco Destri has taken Skyrim back after almost a year away from Tamriel just to review Dragonborn. It was a real flashback and the fifteen hours of play quietly dissolved like snow in the sun. Ah, what a poet!