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Skyrim release for iPhone 5 & iPad 3: Future possibilities

There are many new top named games being released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, names that are way to big to see on the likes of a mobile phone and tablet, but what about seeing the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim game release on the likes of the iPhone 5 and the iPad 3 this year.

Skyrim is one of the most played games at the moment, and the potential of gameplay within this game is astonishing. It is about time we saw games like this on top smartphones and tablets, new releases such as the iPhone 5 and the iPad 3 would be a great start.

Is there a future possibility that this could actually happen, or is the game way to large for the above products mentioned? We would like for you to let us know what you think, a place where you can have your say.

The iPad 2 and iPhone 4S already have stunning screens, so to see this game would be fantastic to say the least, the next-gen Apple products will no doubt be better in resolution and pixel density, which would make Skyrim a pleasure to play. Please let us know your thoughts, thanks?

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6 thoughts on “Skyrim release for iPhone 5 & iPad 3: Future possibilities”

  1. the required hardware in a mobile device to even run this would be ludicrous,

    Not gonna happen in my eyes im afraid,
    I’ll stick with my 590 for skyrim

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      Floodlight says:

      Ipad 2 is roughly half as powerful as the Xbox 360. Moore’s law and exponential growth means that processing power doubles every year. Do the Maths.

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        RIAMU says:

        Processing power of components double, but not products, you won’t find a product that is double as powerful as its predecessor released before.
        Skyrim has difficulty running on a 360 and PS3, so how will an iPad or an iPhone run it, the processing power required to run it has not been created in handheld form capable of running Skyrim unless the game had been ported with lowered graphics etc. and that is if Bethesda wanted it on the NGP, even if that all happened and the iPad was as powerful as the NGP it still couldnt run it because of the way the iPads iOS works.

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          Floodlight says:

          The PSP Vita is considered to have around 80 – 85% the gaming grunt of the PS3. IPad 3’s A6 is likely to host at least slightly more testosterone than the Vita as it was developed later at a similar price point. IPad 3’s RAM will most likely be 1GB – more than enough to run Skyrim with iOS in the background.. No?!

          1. Natemac97 says:

            Not only do you need processing power(which I wish you could upgrade on iPads) but you need space to save this game. If only apple finally accepted the genius that is micro sd. If the iPad 3 was compatible with a 64gig you’d have more than enough space for modern games as long as their graphics are not of blu ray quality. Take for example the movie avatar, only roughly 8 gigs in cd quality, but SIXTY EIGHT in blu ray definition

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