Elder Scrolls V Skyrim : Kinect Integration

Daniyal Ahmad
Apr 12, 2012

Bethesda has announced a title update for “Elder Scrolls V Skyrim”  later this month that will enable kinect support for the game. Update will feature more then 200 voice commands, custom assigned hotkeys, control AI partners, loot bodies and “Fus Ro Dah” the dragon shouts.

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Players will be able to perform Dragon Shouts, Hotkey Equipping, Follower Commands, as well as control all menus with their voice. There will also be new special map functions, more hotkey options, and the ability to sort items in your inventory by name, weight, and value using Kinect voice recognition.

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Later this month before the title update goes live a full list for voice recognition will be available for kinect owners.