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Skyrim has a hidden treasure chest the devs didn't want you to find

Skyrim has a hidden treasure chest the devs didn't want you to find

There’s plenty of treasure to discover in Skyrim

With a game as huge as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it only makes sense that there are plenty of secrets waiting to be discovered even after over a decade since its original release.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was originally released in 2011 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 before Bethesda ported it on every console generation since. The most recent port is the Special Edition in 2016 which benefitted from 2021’s Anniversary Edition for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S which boasts improved visuals, performance and a wealth of endless content from the Creation Club supported by the ever-vibrant modding community.

Check out the Skyrim Anniversary Edition trailer below!

In terms of secrets to be discovered, we could be here all day sharing our stories of Tamriel but one Skyrim fan in particular has asked fellow friends to share their discoveries on Reddit and the fanbase was more than willing to oblige. Yet it seems that this particular secret is a bug that the developers may have intended never to be discovered.

“Today I learned there's a 'chest' near one of the mines in Dawnstar if you check the rocks near the entrance, and it has some really sweet loot according to your level,” revealed Plesin007.

“Yeah, I've been using that since release day, but it's a bug. It's one of the shops' inventory supplies or something like that, if I recall correctly,” replied RckHrrisonPwnShp69.

While yellowbloodil shared, “The sacks in Windstad Manor respawn much-needed food supplies while deleting the unimportant items that I've decided to store in them.”

DontGiveUpTheDip added, “There's more to do in the Thieves Guild after you return the Skeleton Key. I had no clue about doing the small jobs and getting the Guild Master armour.”

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is out now on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls, Bethesda, PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch