Skyrim patched more than Oblivion, Fallout 3; gets another patch

Bethesda has been far more hands-on with its latest release The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim when compared to its previous releases, game director Todd Howard says, having already patched the game more often than Oblivion and Fallout 3.

Speaking with GameInformer (via), Howard said: “When you put all this time into something and someone can’t play it, you feel terrible. They have every right to be pissed off.”

“We already have more updates out for this than Fallout 3 and Oblivion in their lifetime. So we’re really committed to fixing everything.”

That said, the latest beta patch for the RPG has hit Steam, though this one should be downloaded only by those affected by issues listed below, Bethesda suggests. And then there’s the whole ‘apply at your own risk’ thing.

UPDATE 1.4.26

– Fixed issue with downloading mods when you are subscribed to more than 50 mods
– Fixed crash when loading a subscribed mod that has been removed from Workshop by the author
– Mod load order functionality

-Fixed occasional crashes when loading a save that relies on plugins/master files that no longer exist
-Fixed issue where controls would become unresponsive while charging an enchanted weapon
-Fixed issue where controls would occasionally become unresponsive while switching from third to first person while using the Arcane Enchanter
-Fixed issue where controls would become unresponsive if activating a crafting station with autorun active
-Fixed issue where keyboard would fail if Rename Item was selected before choosing the number of charges, while using Arcane Enchanter
-Fixed several issues with remapping buttons while using an Xbox 360 controller
-Fixed issue where pressing Escape button after fast traveling but before the loading would cause certain menus to stop working properly