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Skyrim's 'first' dungeon has a hidden treasure fans are only just finding

Skyrim's 'first' dungeon has a hidden treasure fans are only just finding

One Skyrim fan has discovered a new loot location - and other players also had no idea it was there.

It’s a fact that continues to be proven: Skyrim is the gift that just keeps on giving. Despite releasing well over a decade ago, players are still making new discoveries in this epic open world. Just this week, a hidden treasure has been located in one of the ‘first’ dungeons.

It does make you wonder just how long we’ll be making discoveries in Starfield. Also created by Bethesda, the game is scheduled to launch on 6 September. It’s already been teased that the title will have over 1,000 planets to explore which sounds somewhat ridiculous. It goes without saying that I’m sure some of those planets will be relatively small and insignificant. We also know that Starfield will have more dialogue than Skyrim and Fallout 4 combined. Let’s get back to that Skyrim hidden treasure though.

Take a look at some of our favourite Skyrim wins and fails below.

Reddit user Extension_Travel3535 wrote, “Show of hands, how many of y’all have been playing this game for years and had no clue about these hidden outside Bleak Falls Barrow?” The video then shows the user locating an Apothecary’s Satchel containing juniper berries. Lo and behold, most users did not know the location of this item.

The-finalgirl wrote, “~sighs~, ~starts up Skyrim~”, while Maevox_ added, “Brilliant, another loot spot I’ll constantly remind myself to get next time I play.” Jmac744 said, “Man, I’ve logged countless hours in this game and still keep learning new things,” plus blue_w1ldfl0w3r commented, “Sweet! Didn’t know that. Awesome find.”

Admittedly, juniper berries aren’t the most exciting loot but they should help you make some nifty potions to aid you on your travels. If that’s not enough to tantalise you, you may want to check out a new Mass Effect inspired mod which adds 9,000 new lines of dialogue to the game.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Skyrim, Bethesda