Skyrim Special Edition News: Update 1.3 is out for PS4 and PC, What’s New?

skyrim special edition trailer A fresh update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has came for PC and PlayStation 4.
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A 476MB size patch, “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition” redesign 1.05 or Update 1.3 is currently accessible on PlayStation 4. The upgrade was already out for PC and will come to Xbox One shortly, Bethesda declared.

It took some time for “Skyrim: Special Edition” to get a fix, yet the great people at Bethesda appear never going to budge on improving its mainstream diversion that propelled 2016. The new update 1.05 gives common fixes for firmness and better play, and it likewise addresses more particular issues that will enhance the overall game.

See for yourself the official release notes from Bethesda down below:

  • General firmness and gameplay improvements.
  • Solved an issue where Slow Time effects weren’t performing correctly.
  • Best support for 144hz displays (PC)
  • Solved the issue with being incapable to log into Bethesda.net

In spite of the past issues yet, the remastered edition still gone ahead to wind up distinctly one of Amazon’s top of the line games of 2016. “Skyrim: Special Edition” even crept its way up on the main ten rundown as one of Bethesda’s top rated titles when it appeared in October 2016.

Bethesda supposedly has no arrangements to deliver another “Elder Scrolls” games right now, Peter Hines himself, the studio’s VP for Marketing and PR, affirmed. Fans should appreciate Update 1.05 for the present and trust that “Skyrim: Special Edition” will have a Nintendo Switch form, when the new console releases not long from now.

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