The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a big, big game. You can spend days just wandering around its mountains and tundra, finding villages and dungeons. But crafty gamers soon won't have to: the Dragon Shout app is an interactive game world map for Android and iOS. It will let players navigate and take notes while they explore Bethesda's magnum opus.
I'm an admitted Skyrim addict, and since the game's made an impressive $450 million in worldwide sales across PC and console platforms, odds are pretty good that a few of you are as well. The upcoming app will allow multi-touch navigation a la Google Maps across the parchment-style game world. You can make notews at particular locations - very handy for remembering where you left your
pack mule traveling companion. The developer is promising social sharing of maps and entries with other players in a future update.
The app is slated to release in 2-3 weeks, but considering that the developer's website is basically a Cupertino take on Skyrim, it might be a while before they get around to porting it to Android. Whether you're sneaking around Riften for the thieves' guild, fighting valiantly for the Stormcloaks or just killing as many of those flying jerks as you possibly can, an accurate and annotated map will be a welcome companion. Here's hoping it comes soon. According to the website, it will be free.
[via Game Rant]