The Skyrim Street Date Has Now Officially Been Broken

We’ve just gotten word that Skyrim has now officially broken street date — both GAME and EB have announced through their social media channels that the game is now on sale at all stores.

This news comes after mainstream retailers such as Target, Harvey Norman and Kmart have all sold copies of the game early throughout the day.

We had been given tips throughout yesterday and today that the game would be released at 3pm today, instead of the official date tommorow, but now it’s official — the game is on sale and you can now go and pick up your copies. It’s very possible that both specialist retailers were waiting until stock had reached all stores before breaking.

It’s worth noting that the Steam unlock still remains, so PC gamers will still have to wait.

Regardless — GO GO GO!

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