The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will use Steamworks

Bethesda has just confirmed via their Elder Scrolls Twitter account that the highly anticipated fifth part of their successful fantasy RPG series, The Elder Scrolls, will use Steamworks as its DRM. So good news to most people as the game won’t use at least Microsoft’s GFWL service as the game is released under the Games for Windows label.
As the developers tweeted:
“We can confirm today that we’re using Steamworks for Skyrim.”
Skyrim is scheduled for a November 11th release on PC, X360 and PS3 and we should also note that the PC version will support mods!

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