Bethesda Softworks has good news for fans needing a Skyrim Special Edition patch. A new downloadable fixes known issues in the game. This can help players appreciate the brand new depth and clarity in the already-critically-acclaimed game.
This makes it the first time we’ve received a Skyrim Special Edition patch. Especially since the game has been released quite a few months back. However, this does prove the due diligence on part of developers at Bethesda to make sure gamers have a solid experience in the game.
In fact, observation with the game so far provides a lot of fixes for the game. Not only are there performance and stability improvements, but the game has general fixes as well. This will definitely make the Elder Scrolls fan happy and grinning from ear to ear.
Skyrim Special Edition Patch
According to Game Rant, there are very few significant improvements in the 1.3 patch. The Skyrim Special Edition patch will be having improved 144hz PC monitor support. However, this particular patch is available for the PC and PlayStation 4 so far. Xbox One fans can tune in on just how exactly does this affect gameplay in the meantime.
There are also general stability and performance improvements in the latest patch. Players having problems with the Slow Time effect will see improvements in this regard. Aside from the 144hz display fix, there will also be a Bethesda.net login fix.
Given that there are no news of the latest patch “breaking” consoles so far, fans can hope downloading the latest patch won’t cause problems. This is particularly a concern as prior patches have caused a ton of problems for fans. According to Game Rant, for instance, a patch several months back caused a lot of glitches, crashes and freezes for players.
Elder Scrolls 6? News, Rumors
Regardless of these periodic patch problems, the game has had a significant release this year. The 2011 critically-acclaimed fantasy RPG already found a decent fanbase, and fans are clamoring for more. It’s still one of the best-selling games of 2016 in Amazon.
However, Pete Hines, Bethesda’s VP for Marketing and PR, revealed that there are no plans to release a mastered version of other games soon. Sadly, he also mentioned that there’s no news of developments on the much-awaited Elder Scrolls 6 as well. Whether or not the game will see the light of day in the Nintendo Switch is an entirely new discussion entirely.