Despite universal acclaim, Bethesda’s amazing game Skyrim still has bugs, some of which range from funny to frustrating. But Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing, Pete Hines, has tweeted good news, saying:[blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/DCDeacon/statuses/137634356184363009″]
Bethesda games always have rough launches, mainly because of the huge scale of their games, and Skyrim hasn’t been immune to this habit with complaints of the PlayStation 3 version becoming unstable after the save game reaches 6MB and a number of other less serious bugs as detailed on the unofficial Skyrim wiki. Some funny bugs will not be fixed however, such as NPC’s not seeing a crime if they have a bucket or kettle on their head or the glitch which causes giants to send you flying, but game breaking or ruining bugs will probably be fixed either by this patch or other forthcoming patches.
While there are no details on what this patch will fix, I’m guessing that the PlayStation 3 save game bug as well as some other minor and major glitches will be fixed. Here’s hoping we can eventually experience the Skyrim world without bugs.