Skyrim is the fifth part of the legendary role-playing game series. All games are united by one fictional universe created specifically for this series. The plot of Skyrim is a direct continuation of Oblivion. However, this time the heroes are facing much more serious opponents – dragons. The player is given greater freedom of action thanks to the so-called open world. The game does not have a strictly defined plot that the user must follow: everyone can independently choose when and in which part of the map to go and what task to start.
Meaning and History
This is an exciting RPG game created in 2011, the story of which begins two hundred years after the Oblivion events. In just a week the game was released, it sold out in very large quantities (there were about seven million copies). Three add-ons have been released for Skyrim (Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn), expanding the story possibilities and opening up new tasks for players.
What is Skyrim?
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an action-adventure RPG, the fifth game in The Elder Scrolls series, featuring a massive open world that is completely explorable from the start. It introduced new game mechanics and features for both the series and the RPG genre in general. Skyrim is hugely popular among gamers.
2011 – Today
The logo of the game features an intricate symbol – a dragon. The wings, which are symmetrical, form a diamond-shaped symbol and envelope the body of the dragon. The tail has a wave shape and a triangle end, which serves as the bottom end of the diamond. The head continues the vertical line of the tail and goes up in the upper half of the symbol. It is known as “The seal of Akatosh” and serves as an emblem in the game for the Imperial Legion force. The dragon is drawn in shades of black and gray and has a 3D look that combines sharp edges and delicate curves. It turned out magnificent, daring, and powerful. The symbol is accompanied by just as striking wordmark. The name of the game is written in the same color scheme and also has a 3D look. All the letters are capitalized.