Product listings for the Skyrim Legendary package have occasionally been spotted on unknown retailers from across the world, but since we haven't seen any product listings from more reputable retailers, it's been hard to believe the rumors of the Skyrim Legendary edition actually being a real thing. However, Bethesda on their bethblog has just recently announced that yes, the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition is a real thing, and it will include a lot of the features that Bethesda has been working on since the original version's release.

The Elder Scrolls Skyrim Legendary Editions will cost $60 for Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3, and will get you the full Skyrim game, Dawnguard, Hearthfire and the Dragonborn DLC packs, as well as every added feature from patches and other extra features that Skyrim has also added such as more player housing features.

Some of the features that have been added through patches that ring a bell for most gamers is the addition of the Legendary difficulty which makes enemies even tougher, and the skill cap removal, making it possible to keep leveling past the previous level caps for all skills.

The release date is quite far away still. The Legendary edition will make its way to North America on June 4th, and June 7th for Australia and Europe.