It looks like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition may finally be coming to Nintendo Switch.
After the game was reportedly rated in Taiwan earlier this year, it has now been classified in Europe too.
Anniversary Edition followed 2013’s Legendary Edition and 2016’s Special Edition. Like the latter, Anniversary Edition includes an enhanced version of the main game and its Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn expansions.
It also comes with 500 pieces of content from the game’s Creation Club, which includes quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons and spells, made by both Bethesda and community creators.
If the title is coming to Switch, it could be confirmed this month during an unannounced but anticipated Nintendo Direct presentation.
Earlier this week it was claimed that a Nintendo Direct presentation focused on Zelda announcements will be held in September.
Giant Bomb reporter Jeff Grubb suggested third party games coming to Switch will also be shown at event.
An unannounced Switch version of Biomutant was spotted online this week too.