More Skyrim has revealed a page showcasing a newly revamped edition of the hugely successful Elder Scrolls: Skyrim. Although nothing official has been announced by Bethesda, Amazon isn't usually the type to put products onto their website without the acknowledgement from the seller first.

The new premium edition, which according to Amazon will be available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on December 7th, will include the original game, along with a bunch of extra physical and digital content.

The product will include a map of the world of Tamriel, a t-shirt with the emblem of the Empire, Hell City: an Elder Scrolls novel, six concept art postcards, and a bonus disc with background material, trailers and walkthrough videos, as well as a 600 page eBook game guide, and five songs from the Skyrim soundtrack.

There hasn't been any mention of a release in the US, but it is more than likely to follow shortly after the release in Europe, which currently has a price of 59.99 Euros for the PS3 or Xbox 360 version, and 49.99 Euros for the PC version, which works out as around $77 and $64 respectively.

There also isn't any news about whether the premium version includes previous download content, but for a package like this, it's more than likely, unless Bethesda decide to be greedy and draw out another game of the year edition at a later date.

Do you like the look of the cool artwork and extra features in the new Skyrim premium package?

Written by Ollie Green