During Bethesda's E3 Press Conference, Todd Howard introduced the Skyrim Very Special Edition for Amazon Alexa with a commercial featuring Keegan-Michael Key.
It was a fun in-joke for the community who have teased Bethesda about Skyrim being ported to every known system.
Or so we thought.
The Skyrim Very Special Edition is actually very real and you can download it right now.
According to the Amazon.com listing, the Skyrim Very Special Edition allows you to "take your rightful place as the Dragonborn of legend (again) and explore Skyrim using the power of your voice...your Thu'um!"
The description also includes a list of bullet points that indicate what you, as a Dragonborn, can expect to do on Alexa, including; Guard your knees against arrows, walk straight up a mountain instead of going around, fail to collect all stones of Barenziah for like the 5th time, and...wait for it...open wooden doors.
While Alexa fans will no doubt be thrilled to finally be able play Skyrim on their devices, it appears that the Etch-a-Sketch, Pager, and Samsung Smart Refrigerator versions are, unfortunately, not real. Though, with Skyrim, the dream is always alive.
Besides the announcement of the Skyrim Very Special Edition, Bethesda had a ton to reveal at their show including more of Fallout 76 and Rage 2, a sequel to Doom, a new co-op Wolfenstein, the announcement of the long-rumored Starfield, and the first tease of Elder Scrolls VI.
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Adam Bankhurst is a freelance writer for IGN and hopes he doesn't get too invested in the Skyrim Very Special Edition because there really are a ton of other games to play. You can follow him on Twitter.