The lights are on
PC players can get an early look at Bethesda's upcoming patch for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Skyrim is using Steam’s beta functionality, allowing players to try out the 1.4 patch right now. Bethesda warns that the patch is still in development, so install at your own risk.
"Be sure to back up your saved games or simply be careful not to overwrite your existing saves," they said. "If you decide to opt out of the beta program, your old saves will still work with the current release of Skyrim (v 1.3)."
To learn more, head over to Bethesda's official blog post below.
The more bugs eliminated, the better.
I assume this picture will be seen any time there are patches
I just want the PS3 patch working. Please guys!
Finally. Going download the patch now. Hopefully it is actually functional and doesn't create any new problems. Now if I only knew when the PS3 patch was coming because I've pretty much ruined my 125 hour playthrough on the PC already because of bugs, but I have managed to avoid any game-breaking bugs during my playthrough on PS3 so far.
My game worked fine with no crashes or bugs until patch 1.3.10, after it it became unplayable, I tried this BETA patch still unplayable, I hope th finnished patch 1.4 fixes my crashes or I will need to find a way to get my money back from steam.
I can't wait for it to come to PS3. It should be within a week if I remember reading it correctly on their blog.
Oh,please! As if all those bugs weer exclusively on the PC, if anything everybody should be getting the fixes ASAP Bethesda!!
Im back. Its been a long time. You monster.
So, PC players are the guinea pigs on this one? ... I'm still up in the air about what platform to get this game on. I have Oblivion for PS3, but I think it would be best on PC.
I want this now. So I can finish a few quests that have been sticking in my craw...
Their second patch actually made some bugs worse on my PS3 copy than if I'd just left it alone with first patch. I'll probably get next one when it comes out, but it's still too bad that it's such a crap shoot on whether it improves or not.