The lights are on
Bethesda said the latest patch for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now available for download on PC. Patches for the console versions are being submitted for approval this week.
The patch was previously available to beta test on Steam. As revealed last month, v 1.4 fixes a number of issues. Below is the list of changes:
Current 1.4 Changelog (all platforms unless noted)
Finally, I'm going to be a thane of Riften...
As I was just about to read this I saw that Steam has finished downloading Skyrim. Good timing.
Oh wow. That's quite the list of fixes. I haven't touched Skyrim in a month or so...guess I should get back to it now.
I've got stuff in my inventory that I can't drop, either because I picked it up before I started the quest (N'Gasta! Kvata! Kvakis!) or even after I finished a quest but it's still stuck in my inventory (Pantea's Flute and Rjorn's Drum). I hope Bethesda fixes these glitches soon because I've been carrying that damn book around for the past 3 months.
That's cool. I sincerely feel bad for those who have had trouble playing it, since it has been smooth sailing for me.
Let us get remarried, please...
Sometimes I wish that there were demos for Bethesda games, or at least for Skyrim.. I have it on 360 so it's not like I'm missing out on anything, but I would love to learn if my laptop can handle the game and mods, without stuttering and whatnot