Skyrim all-platform patch from Bethesda is inbound

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I just can’t stop playing Skyrim, and judging by the amount of copies then new fantasy world title has regenerated, neither can the rest of the gaming community. It’s a charming adventure on a massive scale, and it has to be one of the highlights of the gaming calendar.

Still, for all it’s positive values, Skyrim is one hell of a glitch-slapped game. There are bugs everywhere, from annoying graphical performance issues to game-destroying exploits that will necessitate the use of save game reloads. Bethesda is aware of this, with head honcho Pete Hines tweeted about how the studio is busy working on a digital remedy.

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One fan, who was really unhappy with the issues in Skyrim prompted the following reply from Hines;

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Any fans with some real game-breaking issues, are being asked by Hines and Bethesda to provide feedback about them on the Bethesda support forum. I’m hoping the patch will fix one issue that I’ve been having, namely me walking around with my avatar being completely off his face.

No seriously, I have no head. But how about you guys, any amusing glitches or exploits discovered?

Last Updated: November 16, 2011

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