Nintendo’s SNES Mini is strictly out, and Bethesda is celebrating a arise with a singular treat. Skyrim perceived an SNES box art cover, depicting a diversion as if it launched on a SNES behind in a 1990s.
The cover, that was posted on Twitter this morning, facilities a Dragonborn confronting off opposite a dragon in Skyrim’s mountains. It even facilities a strange Bethesda Softworks font, along with a ’90s-esque rendition of a Skyrim title.
“Congrats to Nintendo on a launch of a #SNESClassic,” the twitter reads. “The Elder Scrolls finally comes to a Nintendo console on Nov. 17th! #SkyrimSwitch”
Of course, Bethesda never launched The Elder Scrolls onto a SNES, nor did any Bethesda titles seem on a company’s systems until it published Star Trek: Tactical Assault on a Nintendo DS in Oct. 2006. Still, a SNES cover is a good send-off to Bethesda’s newfound seductiveness in Nintendo, quite a Nintendo Switch.
The SNES Mini is out now, nonetheless it’s notoriously formidable to land a duplicate of a console, as preorders mostly sold out final month. Skyrim launches on a Nintendo Switch on Nov. 17.