Bethsesda Just Mocked Itself Perfectly For Endless Skyrim Ports

Keegan-Michael Key plays Skyrim on an Echo, pager and fridge

Skyrim isn't coming to Alexa...but this makes us wish it was

Bethesda has brought its wildly-successful RPG Elder Scrolls: Skyrim to basically every platform, from the PS3 to PS4 to PC to the Nintendo Switch.

The video clip starts off with comedian Keegan-Michael Key casually sitting on a couch, pondering over which device to play by gesturing toward console controllers and a TV remote.

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Have you given Skyrim Very Special Editon a spin? It's actually real, albeit in a very tongue-in-cheek way. Actually no, at least not the Alexa version, you can actually play Skyrim.

Then people found out they could play it. Enable the skill using the app and then say "Alexa, open Skyrim" to begin playing.

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Coming off the announcement of major reveals like a new DOOM, a new Wolfenstein, and yes, even the long-awaited announcements of Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI, Bethesda also let itself have some fun with a very quirky and hilarious reveal for Skyrim: Very Special Edition.

It's not clear if this is really the full game, but it's still pretty remarkable that Bethesda did it.

It already has RPGs Dungeon Adventure, and Shadow Run so why not a dragon-battling multi-threaded choose your own adventure, complete with Skyrim mythos?

"For the very first time ever, take your rightful place as the Dragonborn of legend (again) and explore Skyrim using the power of your own voice...your Thu'um!"

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