Well....apparently the patch broke more than they fixed but do not worry my Skyrim fans for Bethesda plans to make ANOTHER patch next week.
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After this week's patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim caused a whole new slate of issues for players, Bethesda says it is readying another patch for release next week.
The new patch is described as an "incremental update" and is expected to hit on PC first, followed by Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 later in the week. A full list of fixes and changes was not revealed, just that it'll take two care of two of the more noteworthy problems caused by updating to 1.2: magic resistances not working properly and dragons sometimes flying backwards, as seen in the video below.
Following the patch's release, more incremental updates and larger title updates will continue to be released on all platforms. "We plan on having a lot of these, not just a few," reads today's Bethesda Blog post outlining what the company is working on. PC is likely to see these more frequently and sooner due to the fact that the console manufacturers' certification processes can't get in the way of PC patches. It also promised to be more careful with future updates for fear of causing another outbreak of backwards-flying dragons, or something of the sort.
"We all know this is a huge game, and everyone has a different experience. We'll continue to do everything we can to make the game better and better for as many people as possible every day. We've also realized that with the millions upon millions of people playing Skyrim, we need to treat our updates with greater care. If we get too aggressive trying to fix a minor issue, we run a risk of breaking something larger in a game like this.
"To be safe, we are prioritizing code side fixes right now over data fixes. Quest and balance issues are usually data, and those will start rolling in a large way with the January updates."
In non-update related news, the Creation Kit is planned for release on PC in January which should open the door for a huge influx of fan-made mods. Better yet, the process for acquiring these mods will be made much more convenient than in the past as Steam Workshop support is being built into the Creation Kit. That will allow players to discover, download, and rate mods through Steam. It'll even be possible to queue up mods from a phone (or any web-connected device) so that they're automatically downloaded by Steam.
So I recommend that you DONT download the update just yet for the people that havent played Skyrim since Wensday.