Bethesda over the weekend rolled out a new incremental PC update to their Skyrim game for PC players via Valve’s Steam gaming network.The patch version 1.5.26 adds to the already rolled out Skyrim 1.5 beta patch that was added to Steam back in the middle of March 2012.
The new patch fixes an number of issues including problems with the frequency of first person kill cameras, underwater effects displaying properly. As well as crashes caused when loading certain plugins, and the issue that caused the sun to not appear properly after fast travel.
PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers will have to wait just a little longer to get their hands on the, Skyrim 1.5 update. Which has been submitted by Bethesda to the console manufacturers, and once we know the live dates for PSN and Xbox LIVE, we’ll let you know.
Source: BethesdaFiled Under: Gaming News
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