The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim allows you to hide user interface, features new Speechcraft system among new details unveiled by Pete Hines, vice president of Bethesda Softworks.
A lot of people has been waiting for Skyrim and seen that the game is set to be the most anticipated RPG title this year, gameranx has covered a lot of details that can be found through a bunch of tweets and forum posts.
According to Pete Hines, players will now be able to remove your HUD display entirely by adjusting the opacity of the overlay to zero.
This will effectively allow you to not reveal the compass; health, stamina and magicka bars; and crosshairs, and play the game without any visual obstructions.
When harvesting flowers, plants and stems will physically disappear from the environment to convey the fact that you’ve harvested them.
The Speechcraft minigame from previous title Oblivion, which has been revealed in the past has been replaced in its entirety by a system liken to the one in Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. The Speechcraft skill will have a tree full of related perks to further improve its use.
As with Speechcraft, Alchemy has gone to numerous of changes. First and foremost, alchemy can only be done within a laboratory or work station. No longer will you be able to brew potions wherever you like.
Last but not least, third person finishing moves occur automatically, and can be disabled. These occur much like the slow motion effects in Fallout 3.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim out November 11 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.