Give it to Amazon for always being a reliable source of information, as they are probably one of the most frequent offenders of giving away release dates for video games more than any rumor website or Reddit. This time the company gave away one of Nintendo's biggest additions for the Nintendo Switch when it was first announced. Skyrim will officially be coming out on November 28, just in time for the holidays, according to the screencap below.
Now it should be noted that since this news broke and sites started reporting on it, Amazon has updated the listing to December 29. But frankly speaking, that's the's some quick cover-up BS. There's no way in hell that Bethesda would actually permit a title as big as Skyrim to be released four days after Christmas, especially on a system like the Switch. Especially since both companies went out of their way during the Super Bowl with the initial ad for the game promoting the idea that it could be played on the new console. You should totally expect that date to change right back to what it was, if not in the near future, at least by the time PAX West rolls around.