A new update has been released for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition.

Update 1.3 is available for PC and PlayStation 4. The update will come to the Xbox One at a later date. The update fixes a few issues, and also made general stability and performance improvements. Below are the changes that are included in the update:

  • General stability and performance improvements
  • Fixed an issue where Slow Time effects weren’t behaving properly
  • Better support for 144hz displays (PC)
  • Fixed issue with being unable to log into Bethesda.net

The next major update for The Elder Scrolls Online, which releases in February, will introduce housing. Players will be able to choose from 40 different homes, with over 2,000 decorative and furnishing options. After completing the tutorial quest, players will receive their first home, which they can expand. Homes will be styled after the title’s 10 races, though players will be able to choose whichever style of home they choose regardless of race. Players will be able to buy multiple houses, with homes being account-based, allowing all of a player’s characters to have access to them. Players will be able to decorate their homes with a number of items, which include tables, chests, beds, books, paintings, plants, and more. Gamers will be able to test the update on the Elder Scrolls Online Public Test Server in January.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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