Skyrim has been re-released several times and is now available for almost anything that plays games at this point. GOG.com has now released it DRM-free, so far it has been "entirely playable offline" and included all the Anniversary Edition content "without the need for Creation Club access."
GOG announced the arrival earlier this week, claiming that it was part of GOG''s 14th anniversary celebrations. At the time of writing, you may get the Anniversary edition for 50% off and the Special Edition for 67 percent off.
The Anniversary Edition, which included Skyrim''s 10th birthday, was developed last year to commemorate Skyrim''s 10th birthday. It bundled the game together with all the community''s content. It''s paid mods, and it''s included in the GOG release of the Anniversary Edition.
Being on GOG does mean no Steam Workshop access, but GOG claim that their Skyrim version is compatible with "most modifications mods via Nexus Mods Vortex v1.6.12 and newer" and that it should also support the Skyrim Script Extender.
It appears that there are still a few people left who haven''t already purchased Skyrim, but there are likely to be a few people who will appreciate the possibility to own it completely offline and DRM-free.