The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Leaked on X360 10 Days Before Official Release

Oh boy, I still remember all those poor PC gamers that were blaming and cursing EA and THQ for the leaked PC versions of Battlefield 3 and Saints Row: The Third. The good thing – if you can call it a good thing – was that those pirated versions were not fully playable before their official release. In the land of consoles however, things are a bit different. And we can report at this point that the X360 version of the highly anticipated The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been leaked to various torrent sites.
According to our sources, this is the full game from the retail version and although it uses the XGD3 security, there are a lot of modded X360’s – and new hacking tools – that can bypass this new security system and play it. In addition, the X360 version is 7.79GB in size.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is slated for a November 11th release on PC and current generation consoles. There were some rumors about a possible PC leak but those rumors were proved to be wrong. So right now, both the PS3 and PC are safe and haven’t been leaked yet.
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