Paul, you watched the same trailer and pics as everyone else and then just describe what they show, the blind must be thankful but the rest of us are wondering how is this a preview? Why aren't you asking Bethesda why it is that with less than 1 week to go for the release nobody had hands-on time with this expansion?
I@PauloBranco first if all, tha j you for talking the time to comment. Any feedback is alway welcome, negative as much, if not more than, positive. While I acknowledge your point about only viewing a trailer, the same as others, I disagree with the idea that I merely observed what others have. I have summarised the details presented and given context around the size if the update and its place within the universe of the elder scrolls world. This is contextual info not given in the trailer. I'm not entirely sure what else you expect from a preview, other than perhaps an advance copy of the DLC to review, which is sadly not available to anyone. Indeed, I agree that this would a fantastic to have, it's fairly unusual for a company o release DLC copies for early review/preview. While you're definition of a preview may e where we get an advance view of the game, the traditional preview in game terms is a look ahead to an upcoming title from the information received. If there are other ways you would like us to look at upcoming games in future, please do let us know, as we are always happy to take on your feedback And once again, thank you for taking the time to comment, even if you were not satisfied with the article