Bethesda has confirmed that it will release a special edition of it's critically-acclaimed RPG title Skyrim titled - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Premium Edition.

With all major publishers releasing a complete edition of their games down the line, Bethesda has chose to the same with Skyrim...

Yea, we're just as happy!

This special edition is due out in Europe and U.K., and is pegged to land on Xbox 360, PS3 and the PC; the retailers hinting a December launch window for the bundle.

Now, what does the bundle contain?

A physical copy of the game itself, a detailed and enriched map of it's world, a T-shirt, Hell City: an Elder Scrolls novel and six concept art postcards.

Interestingly, it does not mention the inclusion of this years Skyrim DLC. But considering the problems that have been plaguing the PS3 version and the uproar from the Playstation community, this doesn't come as a shock.

Whether the end product will have (any) DLC, only Bethesda can answer, but our guessing is not.

Regardless of the consoles' version fate, the PC community looks to be fully backed by Bethesda. If releasing an official Modding Tool aka the Creation Kit wasn't enough, they are now going to give a bonus to the PC community.

If you opt for the PC's version of the bundle, you will get a bonus disc featuring background materials, trailers, walk-through presentations and a whopping 600-page ebook and to round it off, five sounds from the official soundtrack. That's special!

If you don't have an idea about last year's Game of the Year, you can read GD's official Skyrim review, helmed by Felix himself.

So GD'ers, are you going to get this for it's goodies?