Leaked last month, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edition now has a concrete release date. Bethesda revealed that its masterpiece RPG will hit store shelves via its third release iteration, on July 12.
Priced at a very reasonable $29.99, the package will include the lengthy RPG as well as its two major DLC packs: the Knights of the Nine quest and the 30 hour long Shivering Isles expansion. It will be available for the PC, XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3.
The North American release will come in a steelbook case, embossed with Daedric symbols. Inside will be the game discs, as well as a making of DVD, game world map, and a ten dollar mail in rebate coupon. The aforementioned coupon will help you save money on its sequel (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim) and a copy of its game guide.