The recently released Skyrim patch 1.2 fixes a few of the issues users were having, but creates a few bigger ones.
It crashes a lot more now. Mainly on fast travelling.
360 patch was released today. Do NOT download it. Always check the forums first: http://forums.bethsoft.com/... Erased magic/poison/disease resistance, backwards flying dragons, more freezing and crashes....The latest patch does more to break the game than fix it.
im having crashes on ps3 really bad now. im 102 hours in and had 2 crashes since the day it came out. since the patch it crashed 4 times
Same here. I had one freeze in 112 hours. I've now had about 8 in 4 hours. Also I never really experienced the framerate issue before the patch but 1 in every 4 times I play it now it's unbearable. Also the Forsworn no longer attack me and I get a bounty if I kill them. I was wondering why I contracted a diesease as well. This explains a lot. It also explains why my enchanted items do nothing and I can kill flame atronachs with fireballs. Benor is dead because of this patch.
At least it fixed the texture problem on the 360.
But at what cost? I could avoid the texture problem by simply playing from disc. The new problems can't be avoided if patched.
let this be a lesson to any publishers that put pressure on devs to release early, you cant hurry love.
Haven't played it much since patch, but it won't surprise me that it causes crashes and causes more harm than good.
Didn't download the patch. Still playing first version. Just going to finish it out this way. At 125 hours in, 111 quests done. Game is just epic.
Read this: http://forums.bethsoft.com/... And this: http://forums.bethsoft.com/... Just unplug your Ethernet before playing, and wait for a real fix before playing on XBL again, if you haven't already downloaded 1.2 yet, of course If you want to go back to 1.1, try this: http://forums.bethsoft.com/...
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