Like all living ecosystems, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim continues to change and evolve. Players are still digging through Dawnguard, the first major expansion for Skyrim released earlier this summer, but Bethesda has readied a new patch to help make the game’s world a bit more habitable. The best news that Skyrim patch 1.7 includes a plethora of fixes for those lonely PlayStation 3 users so often left out of the company’s fun.
Bethesda announced on its official blog on Monday that patch 1.7. Fixes include a number of upgrades to the game’s Kinect functionality, namely better command recognition, dragon-language shout commands in French, German, Spanish, and Italian, and fixed Dawnguard shouts. The patch also fixes crash problems when dragons land.
The good news for PlayStation 3 owners is that mounted combat is now available in their version of Skyrim. Mounted fighting hit PC and Xbox 360 with path 1.6.
Patch 1.7 is up on Valve’s Steam right now, and it will be available in the near future for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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