Good news for PC gamers as Skyrim’s latest update, 1.7, is now available for all players. Bethesda did not reveal any changelog for it, so we can assume that it’s the same with one of its beta version. In addition, the patch will be submitted to consoles this week, meaning that X360 and PS3 gamers might get it in the coming days.
In other news, Bethesda’s Pete Hines revealed that there will be some news about the PC and PS3 versions of Dawnguard and that they had never announced a release date for them. Don’t hold your breath though as the company might not reveal its plans this week.
When a fan asked if Dawnguard PS3 and PC were cancelled, Pete responded and said that we’ll be getting more news about them soon:
“Just sit tight. We’ll have info soon.”
Here is the changelog of Skyrim’s Update 1.7:
•General memory and stability optimizations
•Fixed crash related to new water shaders
•Fixed rare crash related to dragon landings
•Fixed logic error with loading screens from add-ons (Xbox 360)
•Using vampiric grip and swimming no longer prevents swimming animation from playing afterwards
•Improved recognition with Kinect voice commands (Xbox 360)
•Kinect-enabled dragon language shouts for French, German, Italian and Spanish work properly (Xbox 360)
•Fixed issue with Dawnguard Kinect-enabled dragon shouts for French, German, Italian and Spanish (Xbox 360)
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