Bethesda Says Skyrim Patch in the Works For All Platforms

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Posted on November 15, 2011, Phil Hornshaw Bethesda Says Skyrim Patch in the Works For All Platforms

Bethesda is working to patch The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on all platforms, meant to address as many bugs as the developer can nail down.

The info on the patch comes from Pete Hines, Bethesda’s chief of marketing and public relations, through his Twitter account. He said the team is working hard on it (and mentioned that perturbed fans should “calm down” as it “has only been three days” since the game‘s launch.

PC players have reported issues with framerate and freezes with Skyrim, as well as general complaints about the console-like user interface. Texture problems appear to be occurring for console players, specifically when the game is installed on the Xbox 360′s hard drive.

If you’re encountering problems with Skyrim, Hines suggests you hit Bethesda’s website and report them using this form.

Via Eurogamer.

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