The lights are on
Bethesda is diligently smacking down bugs in the Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim, and the latest patch is now available on Steam. These fixes are focused on the PC version of the game, so console adventurers can sit this one out.
The notes for the update were posted on the Bethesda Blog, which also includes instruction on how to get into the beta program for these patches.
Here are the details:
BUG FIXES (PC only)
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Cool, looking forward to this patch. Also, for the people wondering about an console patch, it's because Bethesda has most likely burned their "free patches" and now have to pay around $40,000 for each additional patch for each console. They're probably going to wait till they release DLC to release more patches for the console, unlike the PC where it's open and free.
Good thing they're fixing most of the glitches.
THANK GOD! I have not been able to load ANY of my games as they are all made with mods. For some reason, I can't start a new game either, though.