You can now experience Skyrim on yet another platform

0

Skyrim is often joked about by many due to Bethesda’s re-releases of the RPG game on various platforms throughout the years. It is undoubtedly one of The Elder Scrolls series’ best entries, considering everything from its expansive world to its immersive questlines. You can sink thousands of hours into Skyrim, and you can do so on any platform imaginable. Sure, you have it on Amazon’s Alexa device and your PC,  but really, everything can run Skyrim. One Las Vegas hotel is here to prove just that.

The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas was caught playing the Skyrim soundtrack in its lobby by a sharp-eared fan on Reddit. The best part about the situation? It looks like nobody else is even remotely aware that the calm music playing over the speakers is from a fantasy game riddled with dragons and magic. While listening to the music, you can almost catch the sound of an NPC walking up to the poster saying, “I’ve been looking for you. Got something to deliver. Your hands only.”

Bellagio hotel in Vegas plays the Skyrim soundtrack in the lobby
by u/BananaSquid721 in skyrim

Yes, you heard the music right, and no, was not just the wind. The hotel really is channeling its inner Sleeping Giant Inn with the Skyrim soundtrack. Where next will we encounter Bethesda’s iconic Elder Scrolls game? Perhaps on a smart fridge? Maybe even at the top of Mount Everest? Or if we’re lucky, we may even see a Skyrim amusement park one day. Wherever the game ends up next, I hope that it doesn’t push The Elder Scrolls 6 release date back any further.

If you love Skyrim as much as we do, then you should check out a few of the best fantasy games out there right now. The new Elder Scrolls game isn’t here yet, but we have other options to dive into right now! You can also browse through some of the coolest open-world games if you love exploring whimsical lands. Alternatively, jump back into an older Bethesda classic and paint with this Morrowind Bob Ross mod.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.