Wait, Skyrim: Very Special Edition For Amazon's Alexa is Kinda Real?

Wait, Skyrim: Very Special Edition For Amazon's Alexa is Kinda Real?

Wait, Skyrim: Very Special Edition For Amazon's Alexa is Kinda Real?

During its E3 showcase on Sunday, Bethesda introduced a video of what appeared to be a comedic spoof for "Skyrim: Very Special Edition" - an Alexa "port" for its immensely popular game, "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim". If you don't have an Echo speaker, you can install the Alexa app on your phone and play Skyrim right on your device.

Bethesda has had a busy E3 2018, announcing Elder Scrolls VI, showing off what Fallout 76 is actually going to look like and also revealing some new Doom Eternal and Wolfenstein VR action and new IP Starfield. Clearly Skyrim: Very Special Edition is far, far too handsome for this ugly world of ours.

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"Bethesda Game Studios is proud to present Skyrim... for Alexa". All you need to do is download the app, click the Alexa icon while inside and tell her, "Alexa, open Skyrim".

Then people found out they could play it.

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We'll be exploring the new Alexa Skill today and reporting back with how our adventure went. Yet as the actor interacted with his Alexa, having the device describe its situation and ask questions from playing Skyrim, what I saw wasn't a joke but a way to make single-player role-playing games work on a smart assistant. And yet here we are, a few hours later, and you can actually play Skyrim: Very Special Edition.

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