Bethesda released a new update for Skyrim with the correction of various errors

Despite the fact that the game is almost 13 years old, Bethesda has released a new update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Even after Bethesda Game Studios released Starfield last year, Skyrim continues to be the largest game of the studio that will not disappear anywhere. Fortunately, since so many active players are still often entered by Skyrim, Bethesda continues to release new updates, and the last such patch is already available.

The latest update for Skyrim contains significant changes in the controller settings, error correction and improvement for a specific platform. Players can count on a more smooth and pleasant interaction with the creative content of the game.

Notes to the latest Skyrim update contain several key changes and error corrections. One of the noticeable changes is the exclusive binding of the right analogy joystick to the description field when using the controller. In addition, the “Search” function is now tied to the button “A” instead of the previous binding to the right trigger. These changes are aimed at optimizing the operation of the controller and improving navigation by menu and interfaces of the game. The update also eliminates various errors, including bouncing the menu elements, problems with rendering and inconsistencies associated with the content of creating the game.

The new update contains improvements specific to a particular platform designed for players on different game platforms. For example, players in the Epic Games Store will now see the resolved problems related to the display of Creation Credits, and PlayStation and Xbox gamers can count on fixing problems with failures and problems associated with loading. These improvements are designed to increase the overall stability and performance of Skyrim – Special Edition on various platforms, providing a more comfortable gameplay for all players.

You can find full notes for the new update The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim by link.