Skyrim Premium edition confirmed by Bethesda, contains no DLC

By Dave Cook
29 October 2012 12:39 GMT

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Premium Edition has been listed on, along with pricing and a content descriptor. However, it appears that the release will have no bundled DLC. Bethesda has now confirmed the game for Europe.

Update: The original story is below. Since publication Bethesda has confirmed to Eurogamer that Skyrim: Premium Edition will be heading to some parts of Europe and UK shores soon.

“It’s coming to the UK too and there will more details about its availability soon,” a Bethesda spokesperson stated.

VG247 received further confirmation that the game is only confirmed for release in the UK, Germany and Benelux so far. Other territories are unconfirmed as yet.

OXM reports that Skyrim: Premium Edition has been listed on at 59.99 Euro, along with official box art and contents.

Said contents include an official t-shirt with the logo of the Empire, a copy of official novel “The Infernal City”, and six concept art postcards. The PC edition comes with a 600 page eBook, soundtrack dic and more.

But no DLC. Although this could change of course. Here’s a shot of the spoils:

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