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Friday, 06 April 2012 07:32

1.5 update for Skyrim is out

Written by David Stellmack

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Only for consoles, as PCs have it

Bethesda has confirmed that the version 1.5 update for Skyrim is out for the consoles. The update that has been out for PC users for some time now is finally making its way to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for users.

This update is a pretty significant one, as it deals with a number of bugs and glitches. In addition, version 1.5 adds a new kill camera, which is a welcomed addition.

While Bethesda didn’t comment directly on the delays in getting the console versions of the update out, sources tell us that it is pretty much the same story we already know. Simply put, it takes longer to get the console version completed, certified, and out the door. No real surprise there.


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