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Skyrim guide: everything you need to avoid an arrow to the knee

For an impressive overhaul of this old-timey game the best Skyrim mods beef up this epic adventure game and ensure Skyrim’s seemingly immortal status lives on. For the time being at least, now that Elder Scrolls 6 has been announced. 

If you’re looking for huge new quest lines, we have it. Improved enemies? That as well. Do you want it to look better than real life? There are mods for that. Nine years on the game’s age really starts to show when you play it vanilla so there’s no shame sprucing things up a touch. There are also some quality of life improvement mods that will make your Skyrim  experience the best one possible.

We’ve included what platform the mods are available on, alongside respective links to either the NexusMods page for PC or Bethesda’s mod site for consoles.

Skyrim cheats

Skyrim cheats

If you're finding exploration too difficult, or you just want to mess about and turn Tamriel into your personal playground, then we've got a huge list of Skyrim cheats to completely transform the game.

The best Skyrim mods

The best Skyrim mods

Okay, so the base game is good, but you're not going to resist the lure of the best Skyrim mods are you? From enhancing the looks to changing the gameplay experience, there's a world of things to try. 

How to install Skyrim mods

How to install Skyrim mods

You can't enjoy what mods can offer until you know how to install Skyrim mods. It all changes depending on the platform you're using, so follow out guide to make your life easier. 

The best Skyrim companions

The best Skyrim companions 

Knowing who the best Skyrim companions are can save you a lot of time, so don't waste a moment trying to win over the wrong people and use our guide to the best options on your side straight away. 

Skyrim map

Skyrim map

The Skyrim map is big, and because you can only uncover it by actually travelling it's length you'll want some help knowing where you should head to first. 

Skyrim armor guide

Skyrim armor guide

Dragonscale or leather? Light or heavy? Enchanted or just plain honest plating? There's a lot to know and plenty to consider, so a Skyrim armor guide is essential to help you make the best choices.

Skyrim perks

Skyrim perks 

Look to the stars and you'll see a galaxy of Skyrim perks to choose between. From increasing your skill with weapons, to boosting your magic, making you more stealthy and loads more. Pick wisely and use our guide to help you. 

How to level up fast in Skyrim

How to level up fast in Skyrim

It's a lot easier to kill all the dragons when you learn how to level up fast in Skyrim. Levelling boosts your heal, magic and stamina and lets you access more abilities, so doing it faster is all the better. 

Best Skyrim quests

Best Skyrim quests 

With all the options in front of you maybe you just want to cut to the best Skyrim quests. Consider this an all killer, no filler guide to make sure every second of Skyrim ripples with excitement. 

Skyrim factions and guilds

Skyrim factions and guilds 

Playing the lone hero is romantic notion, but not really an option here with so many groups you can help and work with. This guide to the best Skyrim factions and guilds will help you choose friend from foe, and unlock quests, gear, and friends along the way. 

Skyrim enchanting guide

Skyrim enchanting guide

You're not finding the best gear in some random treasure chest. Oh no, you're making it yourself - which is why a Skyrim enchanting guide will be essential if you really want the ultimate +1 pants of not getting stabbed.   

Skyrim alchemy guide

Skyrim alchemy guide

Using our Skyrim alchemy guide will make learning the way of potions and concoctions a lot easier, and likely less poisonous. Master these arts and you can use poisons to kill your enemies and health tinctures to save yourself.

How to get married in Skyrim

How to get married in Skyrim

If you want to settle down and meet the adventurer of your dreams, you'll need to know how to get married in Skyrim. This'll set you on the right track and ring the wedding bells in no time.

Skyrim dragon hunting guide

Skyrim dragon hunting guide

Dragons are kind of a big deal in Skyrim, so a Skyrim dragon hunting guide will help you find and kill the scaly monsters before they do the same to you. This covers where to find them, the different types and just about everything you need. 

Skyrim hidden chests

Skyrim hidden chests

Did you know there are a bunch of Skyrim hidden chest locations you can visit for extra loot? Well, technically they belong to characters and merchants in the game and you're not supposed to know where they are, but it's too late now.  

Hidden Skyrim quests

Hidden Skyrim quests

You can spend ages exploring and still miss some of the Skyrim hidden quest locations. So we've rounded up 10 of the best in the game that you can completely sale past if you're not careful. Check out this guide and make sure you don't. 

Skyrim hidden bosses

Skyrim hidden bosses

In a game as big as Skyrim, and with so much to explore and do it's no surprise there's a bunch of Skyrim hidden bosses you might never see. Some are hidden away, and some even have a 'trick' to bringing them out. Find them all with our guide and avoid missing out.

Skyrim Black Books guide

Skyrim Black Books guide

Want to meet a Daedric Prince and unlock a bunch of new Daederic powered perks to hurt people with? Of course you do. Check out our Skyrim Black Books guide to do just that.

Skyrim Daedric Quest guide

Skyrim Daedric Quest guide

If you want to meet even more Daedric Princes, then you should track down the dark artefacts we've got covered in our Skyrim Daedric Quest guide. Be warned, as some of these missions get real nasty!

Skyrim Word Wall location and Shout guide

Skyrim Word Wall location and Shout guide

In order to level up your Dragonborn powers, you need to find Word Walls so you can learn new shouts. We can show you exactly where to go with our Skyrim Word Wall location and Shout guide.

Skyrim Dawnguard walkthrough

Skyrim Dawnguard walkthrough

This DLC expansion is massive, and gives you the opportunity to become a vampire hunter or turn yourself into a Vampire Lord. Follow our Skyrim Dawnguard walkthrough to see what's new and get through the more difficult quests you'll find on the way.


Carl's Skyrim Guide

A landscape in Skyrim, with numerous graphical mods installed
Skyrim is beautiful as-is, but with mods from the talented people contributing to Steam's Skyrim Workshop it can look even better than this. A big thank you to them for making the images on this site even prettier!

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Strategy GuideThis Guide to Skyrim was developed over the course of a year by myself with help from a friend, Leto Kersten. We have guides to all eighteen of Skyrim's skills, which feature lists of spells, perks, master/expert trainer locations, crafting recipes, alchemy ingredients and all sorts of helpful information for a player adventuring in Skyrim.

While the guide was originally intended to cover Skyrim's skills alone, it has since grown to include a number of other gameplay articles that may be helpful to new players. Skyrim is a vast game, and with skills covered I'm glad to say that I finished what I set out to do. Now the guide's production is open-ended. While I will never cover everything, I hope to provide more guides on miscellaneous topics as time goes on.

Throughout the guide, I link to The Unofficial Elder Scrolls Pages, a long-standing Skyrim Wiki with deep, encyclopedic info on the game. I am grateful for their existence, as there are many little details about the game, lists and npc pages, that I'd never want to cover. A wiki is a different format than one of my strategy guides, and some prefer to figure out the details for themselves. But, UESP has all the facts when you need it. I'll only cover what you should know to be successful. Particularly helpful, linking players to the UESP wiki gives the maps and pictures of trainer locations on our Skill articles.

Arch Mage's Quarters, College of Winterhold in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Arch Mage's Quarters in College of Winterhold

Skyrim Cheats for PC: The Most Useful Console Commands
The most common Console Commands, meant to be a handy reference for simple cheats that can direct you to more detailed information, as opposed to an exhaustive list.

Dragon Fighting Strategies
Learn all about the Dragons of Skyrim, encountering them, and combat strategies.

Leveling Up
Learn how Skyrim's Leveling system works, along with a full list of what affects skill xp gains.

A list of Guilds and factions in Skyrim with how and where to join each of them.

Skill Perks
A full list of perks collected from all the skill guides on the site. Meant to be a helpful reference as a way to see them all at once.

Races of Skyrim
A list of all Races you can play in Skyrim. Provides starting skill levels, racial special powers, and all their passive abilities.

Reset Perk Points (PC)
One of the most commonly requested cheats is not so straightforward - here's how it's done.

One of Skyrim's Dragons dying violently in flame
Skyrim's dragons leave behind dragon bones and dragon scales
Two looks at the death of a Dragon in Skyrim. First consumed by flame, then nothing but bones and loot

Magic Skill Guides

Alteration Magic
From granting your Dovahkiin magic armor to allowing underwater breathing, Alteration Magic can help any type of hero in Skyrim.

Conjuration Magic
Summon powerful creatures and weapons to aid you in combat. This guide extensively covers the Dead Thrall spell, the ultimate Conjuration ritual.

Destruction Magic
Direct damaging spells are the speciality of this school of magic. Learn how to effectively increase your destructive potential and kill all but the mightiest Dragons with ease.

Enchanting Skill Guide
Learn all about Enchanting in Skyrim: how to learn new enchantments, a full list of enchants for weapons and armor, and how you can push this skill to its limits and make your Dragonborn Godlike.

Illusion Magic
Teaches you about the various applications of Illusion magic and how it can benefit many playstyles.

Restoration Magic
Restoration focuses on healing your hero and others, but also features Ward magic. Learn about powerleveling restoration, trainers, and best uses of this magic school.

A Dwarven Centurion being shocked in Skyrim
A Dwarven Centurion is blasted by a Mage's Shock spell. All Dwarven enemies in Skyrim are weak to electricity.

Thief Skill Guides

Learn all about making Potions in Skyrim with this guide to Alchemy. Features a full list of ingredients and their magical effects.

Light Armor
Covers Armor types, benefits to training the skill and the Perks available to Light Armor users.

Advance in Dungeons without keys, unlock treasure-filled chests and break into houses with this useful skill.

Pickpocketing lets you swipe what you need off one of Skyrim's denizens without a fight, used in combination with Sneak.

Lets you hide from enemies, pickpocket, and perform powerful sneak attacks that can devastate enemies from melee distance or even at range with a bow or crossbow.

Speech aids in making money by helping interactions with Merchants, and allows you to advance quests using bribery, intimidation, and persuasion.

Skyrim's Shadowmere
The moons of Skyrim
More beautiful shots. Shadowmere, and the moons of Skyrim

Warrior Skill Guides

Archery allows you to kill foes at range, and while paired with Sneak, will enable you to do massive damage without ever being seen.

Block lets you absorb incoming melee, ranged, and magical damage with a shield and gives you Perks to improve maneuverability and enable Shield Bashing.

Heavy Armor
Covers Armor types, benefits to training the skill and the Perks available to Heavy Armor users.

One-Handed Weapons
One Handed weapons, which can be dual wielded or paired with a shield or spell. The basic swordplay skill.

Smithing lets your Dragonborn craft armor and weapons. You can make powerful gear to outclass your foes and improve armor and weapons' stats at the workbench and grindstone.

Two-Handed Weapons
Two Handed Weapons, their perks, and weapon types available to the Dragonborn.

Beautiful Pictures of Skyrim

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Skyrim is the type of game you can wander around in and just be amazed by what you see. Some people could enjoy it for the exploration alone. Thankfully, it also has great gameplay to back it up. Here are some shots I captured. Note that I do use mods from the Steam Workshop for Skyrim. I'd like to thank the creators for their work and want to say that I will get around to posting a full list of mods in use to share their work.

Skyrim's up north, so there are Auroras which are very pleasing to the eye
A simple cave can make your jaw drop at times
A city landscape shot in Skyrim
Farms on the outskirts of a town in Skyrim
A Dragonborn well trained in Destruction Magic casts the Firestorm Spell
Skyrim's water can look beautiful with mods. I'll never look back.
A caster preparing a powerful blast of lightning
Riding off into the night on a horse. A beautiful shot.

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Wiki Guide

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Interactive Map


Locations for Dragons, Dungeons, Notable People, Standing Stones, Word Walls, and more can be found on the Skyrim Interactive Map.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Walkthrough

A complete guide to the saga of the Dragonborn, including tips for every dungeon you'll visit and character's you'll meet. Click on a section below to get started, or head to the Main Quests section for the full guide.

Quests in your log are divided up into several sections, which can be tracked at any time to highlight points on your map and compass alerting you to nearby quest objectives.

  • Main Quests - There are 18 to complete, as you unravel the legacy of the Dragonborn, learn the powers of the mystical dragons, and stop the end of the world by defeating Alduin.
  • Civil War Quests - Side with the Stormcloaks or Imperials in 12 big quests to complete, as you vie for control of Skyrim.
  • Guild Quests - Choose one of all of the guilds to enroll in and become a master of your craft - and get help for all 6 of The Companion Quests,  8 of The College of Winterhold Quests, 14 of the Thieves' Guild Quests, and 18 of The Dark Brotherhood Quests.
  • Side Quests
  • Our very own Skill Builder to plan the perfect hero, complete with information on all the Skills and ways to level them up.
  • Information on all the Guilds and Factions to help align your character, and gain new Followers.
  • Everything you need to know about Marriage and finding the right Marriage Partners for your character.
  • The best Tips and Tricks to tackle the game like a pro, including Things to Do First, Things Not to Do, and Things Skyrim Doesn't Tell You.

For a full list of sections, check the navigation bar on the left, or see our popular sections below.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim features three major DLC's that each contain brand new quests and features. To find out more on each DLC, click on the guides below to find everything you need to know about Skyrim's current DLC.

Skyrim - Beginners Guide

‘Skyrim Special Edition’ Starter Guide – 8 Things to Do First (UPDATED)

The remastered edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim may bring with it a host of players brand new to the game. With that in mind, we scoured our own The Elder Scrolls wiki and found a helpful Skyrim Special Edition Starter Guide put together by the community there. All credit goes to their editors. Below you can find what they think is the most valuable information. For expanded versions of these tips, and even more great Skyrim advice, head over to the full overview on the wiki.

Choose Your Race According to Playstyle


Before you choose a race, check out the differences between them and imagine which one best suits your playstyle. Even though Skyrim is not a game that locks you in the choice, you will still find it a lot better to make the right choice at the beginning. For example, if you prefer a tank/melee warrior, you may want to consider Breton, since their ability Resist Magic 25% would be helpful. Or if you prefer to stick to the shadows, the Bosmer (or Wood Elves) have skills particularly well suited for thief builds.

Visit the Guardian Stones

Guardian Stones in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

You encounter the Guardian Stones shortly after you escape Helgen, and you need to make sure you don’t miss finding them. There are three stones (The Mage Stone, The Thief Stone, and The Warrior Stone), each granting a 20% reduction in the time it takes to level up skills associated with that class. You can work on all your skills simply by fast-traveling from Whiterun to the Guardian Stones and back to switch from Warrior Stone (because you were maybe smithing some gold rings) to the Mage Stone (because you want to enchant those rings). Or, if a quest calls for stealth, it’s equally simple to tap the Thief Stone so that set of skills gets a speed boost in leveling up.

Conjure Up One of the Game’s Most Powerful Bows

The Bound Bow in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

There’s a Bound Bow tome in Fort Amol, and the only thing standing between an early-level Dragonborn and pure sniping satisfaction are a few novice spellcasters. Even if you’re not planning to be primarily a ranged fighter, the Daedric bow summoned by the Bound Bow spell is one of the most powerful bows in the game, so it is certainly worth picking up. You’ll need to improve your Conjuration skill to use the spell, so be sure to check the full guide for tips on easy ways to do that.

To find the spell tome, head to Fort Amol, which is about two-thirds of the way on the Whiterun-to-Ivarstead road that runs clockwise around the Throat of the World. As you enter the interior of Fort Amol Prison from Fort Amol’s exterior courtyard, immediately ahead of you is a spellcaster sitting at a desk. Dispose of him as quietly as you can, because there’s another spellcaster in a nearby room who is standing by to rush to your victim’s aid. Once you’ve dealt with the immediate danger(s), look to the right of the right-hand bookcase behind the desk. See that bucket with the lantern in it? Under that lantern is the Bound Bow tome.

It Pays to Be Sneaky

A sneaky thief in The Elder Scrolls Online

Having a high Sneak skill makes life much easier in Skyrim. Even if you are a heavily armored melee machine, there are times when sneaking will help get you past a difficult situation. It can also help in scoring some sweet loot (more on that below). Sneaking also serves as a built-in radar. The open eye symbol will alert you to any enemies that can see you and prevents from them getting the drop on you.

The easiest way to build up your Sneak skill is to constantly sneak while traveling. Here are some other good ways to improve Sneak:

  • The rubber band method: Sneak behind a bartender in any local tavern and place a rubber band on your controller stick to keep your character walking into a corner or wall while remaining hidden. Then just walk away and do something else. It will take a few hours, but your Sneak skill will slowly build over time.
  • Don’t poke the bear: You can use the same method as above to sneak around the bear you encounter while escaping from Helgen.
  • Sneak attack the Greybeards: The Greybeards in High Hrothgar are a great way to simultaneously improve Sneak and your combat skills. Just sneak up behind them and attack. They won’t die and won’t attack back if you don’t do this too often.
  • The full Sneak page on the wiki contains tons of other ways to quickly build up this skill.

Having a high Sneak rating will help when it comes to the next tip…

Steal a Horse


One of the joys of Skyrim is exploring the vast map to find all of the different waypoints — location markers on your map that you can later fast-travel to. However, walking long distances to get to an out-of-the-way cave can be tiring and dangerous… unless you have a horse. Horses are faster, sturdier, and can climb rocky mountains better than you. Trying to get to that dragon lair high atop that craggy peak? A horse can usually get you there.

Early on, you can steal a horse from the Whiterun Stables quite easily. There’s one in a stall and there’s an empty stall next to him. Even with the poor sneak skills you have early in the game, you can open the gate to the empty stall, sneak around behind the horse, wait until your sneak-eye indicator says “hidden”, and then hop on and ride off into the sunset!

Bear in mind that if you dismount your stolen horse, it will immediately head back to the stable (at a walk, so you can run and catch him).

Actually, Just Steal as Much as You Can in General

Thieves in The Elder Scrolls

Stealing in real life is bad. Stealing in The Elder Scrolls is a time-honored tradition and one of the easiest ways to collect crafting items for Alchemy and Smithing recipes. If you’re good enough, you can also steal some pretty powerful potions much earlier in the game than you would be able to craft them.

As long as you are hidden and nobody sees you, you can get away with stealing anything marked red without alerting the guards or placing a bounty on your head. Note that in the early game, it may be difficult to sell stolen goods until you find a proper fence, but you can absolutely still use these items for yourself.

Get Rich with the Transmute Spell

The Transmute spell book in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Transmute Mineral Ore is an Alteration Spell that allows you to convert iron ore into silver ore, and silver ore into gold ore. These higher value ores can be used to craft higher quality weapons and armor, or other items that can be sold for a tidy profit.

The Transmute Mineral Ore spell is available to you right away. Just visit Halted Stream Camp, north by northwest of Whiterun. In the mine, there is a Transmute spell book. It’s protected by bandits, but if you can lure some of them out of the camp (by galloping the stolen horse from the last entry in and right back out again, for example), you can pick them off one by one. You can then crouch behind some rocks up the hill from the camp entrance while the remaining bandits search for you inside. They will remain alerted, but won’t be able to find you … all the while your sneak skill improves quite rapidly.

Get Even Richer Using an Invisible Chest in Dawnstar


You can take a carriage from the Whiterun Stables to Dawnstar, a small village in the northwest of Skyrim. Behind The White Hall, near the entrance to the Iron-Breaker Mine are three rocks and some bushes. Poke around a bit until you see the “Open Chest” prompt. Voila! An instant source of several level-dependant weapons enchanted weapons, jewels, potions, gold, and more.

The chest belongs to the khajit trader, Ahkari, who camps outside Dawnstar and other cities. Apparently, Ahkari isn’t too concerned about people repeatedly stealing her wares. She will restock the contents of the chest every 48 hours if you find her and ask what she has for sale.

For the expanded Skyrim Special Edition Starter Guide, visit the Elder Scrolls Wiki. Once again, special thanks to the Elder Scrolls community members for putting together such as outstanding beginner’s guide to Skyrim.

Good luck on your journey, Dragonborn. Beware not to take an arrow in the knee!

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Collector's Edition box art
Legendary Edition box art

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the fifth game in the Elder Scrolls series, takes place in the province of Skyrim 200 years after the Oblivion Crisis. Dragon Shouts play an integral role in the story as you discover your fate as the Last Dragonborn. Skyrim is available on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

Skyrim Legendary Edition is a bundled release of the game with the three major add-ons for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Skyrim Special Edition is a remastered version of the game for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It includes the three major add-ons, uses an upgraded engine with many visual improvements, and has several important technical differences from the classic version of the game. A virtual reality version, Skyrim VR, is available on PlayStation VR and as a standalone game on PC. The Switch and VR releases are based off of the Special Edition. The Anniversary Edition is a Special Edition bundle which includes all DLC and Creation Club content.

The ancient home of the Nords, Skyrim, teeters at the brink of destruction. With the death of High King Torygg, a civil war breaks out, with brothers slaying brothers across the province's frozen tundras and rocky crags. Many, especially Nords, wish to secede from the Empire, which has been in decline since the Oblivion Crisis. Many loyalists, on the other hand, prefer the unity and security provided by the Empire.

The Elder Scrolls foretell the return of Tamriel's primeval darkness, the Dragons, and the coming of a mortal born with the soul of a dragon, the Dovahkiin or "Dragonborn"—one who will have the power to permanently defeat his greatest foe and end the dark reign of the consumer of worlds: Alduin.

Your journey will be beset with peril. Just as remnants of the kingdom's shadow guardians, the Blades, will offer their aid, crafty agents of the Thalmor, seeking to advance their own cause, will impede your quest. Acquire knowledge and prove yourself Dragonborn, and the revered Greybeards will grant you an audience to learn of their ancient Draconic arts.

Now great adventurer, free yourself from bondage; take up blade or spell, bow or axe; fulfill your destiny or postpone it indefinitely.

Additional general game information can be found here.

Quest Information

Character Information

  • Attributes — What are the basic stats?
  • Character Creation — A guide to the character creation process
  • First Time Players — A guide to help new players come to grips with Skyrim
  • Leveling — Understanding the character leveling system
  • Races — The defining characteristics of the playable races
  • Skills — And what can you do?

Gameplay Information

  • Activities — Miscellaneous activities available during the game
  • Artifacts — Unique and powerful items that can be found throughout Skyrim
  • Combat — Information about combat in Skyrim
  • Controls — A table of the various controls used to interact with the game, for all game platforms
  • Crime — Information about the laws of Skyrim and how to stay on the right side of the authorities
  • Disease — Diseases you can catch in Skyrim
    • Lycanthropy — Information about living as a werewolf and related quests
    • Vampirism — Information about vampirism and related quests
  • Items — Where to find specific items and their related attributes
  • Magic — All you need to know about the arcane arts in Skyrim
  • Making Money — Some tips and tricks aimed at helping you earn a few more septims
  • Stealth — Information on the art of stealth and its uses
  • Differences Between Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim — A guide containing the main differences between the three games, and useful tips for adapting

World Information

  • Creatures — A bestiary of all the friendly and hostile creatures found in the game
  • Factions — Listing of all the guilds and factions in the game, including the factions you can join
  • Maps — Are you familiar with your whereabouts?
  • NPCs — Listing of all non-player characters in the game
    • People — Listing of all the named people in the game
  • Places — Listing of all the places found in the game
  • Services — A listing of all the services (general merchants, horse merchants, houses, trainers, etc.) provided in the game

Guides and Secrets

  • Game Manual — The official game manual
  • Prima Official Game Guide — The official Skyrim strategy guide
  • In-Depth Guides — Various walkthroughs and tutorials to help get the most out of the game
  • Hints — All sorts of gameplay hints to let you play the game in a more comprehensive way
  • Easter Eggs — Funny, out of place, or reference-related non-bug findings

Technical Information

  • Special Edition — A remastered version of Skyrim available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
  • Technical Support — Hardware and system software issues and their practical solutions
Console Versions
  • PlayStation — Information specific to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of the game
  • Xbox — Information specific to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of the game
  • Kinect Commands — Information specific to the Kinect, for the Xbox 360 version of the game
  • Switch — Information specific to the Nintendo Switch version of the game
Game Updates
PC Version
  • PC System Requirements — Minimum and recommended system requirements for the PC version of the game
  • Console — Information and list of commands for the in-game console

Mods and Modding

  • Mods — Content and gameplay information about player-created mods for Skyrim
    • Beyond Skyrim — A massive multi-team mod project to complete the majority of Tamriel and several other lands
  • Modification — Information about installation and management of player-created mods
  • Modding — Technical information about creating your own mods for Skyrim
    • Creation Kit — The official Skyrim modding application
    • File Formats — Information on the file formats used for game data and save files
    • SkyEdit — An alternate mod file editor in early development
    • SkyProc — A Java programming library for dynamically importing, manipulating, and exporting mods

Previews and Reviews

  • Concept Art — An archive of concept and rendered art created during the game's development
  • Pre-Release Content — Shots from the game prior to its release

Miscellaneous Information

  • Achievements — Awards you can receive for your efforts
  • Credits — Details on exactly who did what to create the game
    • Development Team — A list of the developers who created the game
    • Voice Actors — List of the actors who provided voices for Skyrim's NPCs
  • Glitches — Different things you may have noticed about Skyrim that just weren't right
  • Historical References — References to people, places and events from previous Elder Scrolls games
  • Loading Screens — Information that appears while the game loads
  • Music — Information about Skyrim's soundtrack
  • Trading Cards — Steam Trading Cards you can obtain by playing the PC version
  • Wallpapers — Official wallpapers, available in various sizes

See Also

Skyrim Special Edition - Great Perks To Consider - Perk Tree Guide

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