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Skyrim 1.2 patch coming in two weeks
Posted: 19.11.2011 18:40 by Comments: 19
Bethesda has announced that the second patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be coming after Thanksgiving, which falls on the 24th November.


Bethesda's Nick Breckon discussed the 1.2 patch on the official forums, stating, "Wanted to let everyone know that the next PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 updates have been submitted for certification, and that the PC patch is coming too. The current estimate is that they will be live the week after Thanksgiving."

The 1.2 patch will reportedly fix many of the glitches that have plagued the game, such as texture issues and quest bugs, such as a boulder blocking a quest cavern, and so on.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released on the 11th November, and had a launch day 1.1 patch.
Source: CinemaBlend

Comments

By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 19, 2011
SirRoderick
There's one missing set of voice files that can stop you from continuing the main story! I had to download them from the nexus.
By nocutius (SI Elite) on Nov 20, 2011
nocutius
Everyone will finish the game by then, unless some game stoping bugs prevent them from finishing :).
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 20, 2011
SirRoderick
I've already finished the main story line. I'm up to my third character now! Although to be fair, the sneaky Argonian wizard got corrupted at level 25 :(
My Orcish warrior just finished yesterday. So now it's time for something like a warrior-mage. Maybe a Dunmer? Or an Altmer?
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 20, 2011
SirRoderick
That's too conforming, I can't get into a Nord when they're so many exotic options. Anyway, I started a Dunmer battlemage.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 20, 2011
herodotus
Yay. Now I just have to get the game.
Then remember that it's fine to speak publicly about these nerdish terms these days.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 20, 2011
SirRoderick
If I was born 10 years earlier, I'd SO be a D&D nerd.
By deathbirnger (SI Veteran Member) on Nov 20, 2011
deathbirnger
im not disapointed about this game infact i love it and idc what others say if you really like skyrim dont judge it play it with no voice, no level up, i would still love it
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 20, 2011
herodotus
My now brother-in-law was a diehard D&D boardgame guy (in the early '90's) and it was almost like a Brotherhood, replete with passwords and handshakes. Always thought he was a bit weird...until they came to PC's.
By Longsword (SI Core Member) on Nov 21, 2011
Longsword
I've played a bit of D&D myself, but never got TOO in depth with it. I much preferred the different iterations on the PC rather than trying to coordinate with a group of friends (because no one's schedule's really worked out too well anyways :P)
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 21, 2011
SirRoderick
Ah, Neverwinter Nights! We've had such good times. :)
By Longsword (SI Core Member) on Nov 21, 2011
Longsword
Neverwinter Nights was truly fantastic :D
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 21, 2011
herodotus
'Icewind Dale" was one of my favourites as well. Ah, the good old days of gaming where cutting-edge graphics were really only expected in Flight Sims.
By stuntkid (SI Elite) on Nov 22, 2011
stuntkid
let's hope it fixes the majority of bugs :)
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Nov 23, 2011
SirRoderick
I've already burned out! PLayed three seperate characters up to level 30. Now I'm reading "A Game of Thrones", playing "Crusader Kings" and watching 'A bit of Fry and Laurie'.

And if anyone sees what I did there as a reference to one of those things, you're totally awesome. And have a good eye.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Nov 23, 2011
FoolWolf
Ten years ago you were D&D nerds... Ten years ago I stopped becing a regular D&D nerd ;)
Ten years before that I was entirely a "I will kick you in the nuts Iuz"
And ten years before that - well lets say then - I was not corrupted yet by fantasy and gaming...
By Kres (SI Elite) on Nov 23, 2011
Kres
I usually stop playing Skyrim when I get a CTD. It's good that it CTD's often cause I am able to unglue from it then. Hurray for CTD's!
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Nov 24, 2011
FoolWolf
I found that changing the audio quality as in the STEAM tip thread, and the new patch made my game CTD a lot less. Also - after one or two CTD's the game usually ran pretty decent...