The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has been plagued with reports of a myriad of bugs and gameplay issues from incompletable quests up to complete game crashes. Most were taken care of with Patch 1.1 however game crashes had survived the patch as well as a few other minor gameplay issues such as water not rendering properly. These surviving bugs have of course created a plethora of problems for gamers plundering through Tamriel.
One such problem is after a long night of praising Hircine, not saving along the way, you revert back to your natural form ready to finally save only to find the world has frozen another problem is found whilst you attempt navigate through the Mod store for that one awesome mod you saw on YouTube but it keeps showing empty squares and your movements become laggy and almost non existent and so you spend another half an hour trying to navigate back to the search bar. Well don’t worry because good guy Bethesda have been working on Patch 1.2 in the hopes to perfect their game and irradiate these nasty symptoms from your gameplay experience.
A Beta for Patch 1.2 is currently available on Steam with Bethesda saying “we will work to release the update on Xbox One” after they’ve completed the Beta stage on steam we too will enjoy the splendor of Patch 1.2 and will be able to revel in improvements such as;
- General stability and performance improvements
- Fixed issue related to using alt-tab while playing the game (PC only)
- Fixed issue with water flow not rendering properly
- Fixed crash related to changing from werewolf back to human form
- Fixed crash related to reloading after changing Load Order of mods
- General bug fixing and improvements with browsing Mods
Unfortunatly we have no official release date for Patch 1.2 on the Xbox One but rest assured we will update you, to keep up to date with all things Skyrim as well as all our regular Xbox One news, reviews and competitions follow us on Twitter and Facebook, Watch us on Twitch and YouTube and don’t forget to join our Facebook Group!