Posted by Raine Hutchens on Dec 1, 2011

Skyrim’s 1.2 Patch Reported To Cause Even More Glitches

The release of the 1.2 patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was supposed to fix a lot of different issues that players have experienced with the game, and it finally released on all platforms yesterday. Since the release of the patch, however, players are reporting that even more issues have arrived.

Some of the rising problems span from graphical framerate issues to backwards flying dragons. There’s even some players talking about the game completely losing magic resistance, which is leaving most gamers furious.

There hasn’t been word yet from Bethesda, but that hasn’t stopped the player reports. So far, we’ve experienced the disappearing walls and floor glitch, decomposing dragons moving all over the land, and the annoying arrows sticking to the player glitch. As soon as more word rolls in about the patch, or its issues we’ll update. Until then, have any of you experienced anymore issues since the patch release?


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