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"#Skyrim" fans everywhere know that there can be a lot of time between new "#Elder Scrolls" games from Bethesda. It's been quite a while since a legitimate "Elder Scrolls" game was released, but now we've got the best one on a different platform. Fans are anxiously waiting for "Skyrim" to be released on the Nintendo Switch. With just over a month to go until the release date, the details of the game are being revealed.

The new trailer

The new trailer for "Skyrim" on the #Nintendo Switch is pretty impressive. Not only does it include details about how the game can be played, but it shows that there wasn't a loss in detail to the game's design.

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It's definitely quite a different platform from what we've seen before, but it doesn't look like that's going to be a bad thing. Even though the gameplay could definitely be a lot different from how we've played before, it looks like it's worth it.

For Nintendo fans who have never played "Skyrim" before, this is a good chance to experience the game. The beautiful design of the map and the extreme detail in the landscapes makes the game worth playing. It's also one of the best open-world games out there, with side quests galore. All Nintendo asks is that you wait just a little bit longer - the game is set to be released on November 17.

The mechanical details

The trailer shows us the many options on how to play "Skyrim" on this platform. It definitely appears that the default mode to play this game will be using the motion controls.

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Although not confirmed, we are assuming that there will be a way to play without the motion controls so that it's easier to play in portable mode.

All reports, at the moment, say that there isn't a big technological downgrade in the game. The graphics are good and the game runs well on the Switch, which is good news. Anyone who has played any Bethesda game before this knows that the graphics are always a big positive part of the game. It's super cool to be able to play a realistic looking game as opposed to playing games in the style of "Runescape."

And, of course, there is one big question. Does "Skryim" have Amiibo support? The trailer says yes. However, it doesn't look like the Amiibo characters show up in the game, but rather that themed accessories do, such as Link's outfit and the famous Master Sword. It's extremely unlikely that there will be any Amiibo characters seen in the game, based on the style of the game and the way the trailer portrays Amiibo support.

Overall, "Skyrim" for the Switch is looking like it will be a big success.