Skyrim Special Edition New PC Update Improves Performance, 144hz Displays Support And More
A new update has been released today for the PC version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, the remastered version of the popular role-playing game developed by Bethesda, an update which introduces general stability improvements and more.
According to the patch notes, the Skyrim Special Edition 1.3 patch improves 144hz displays support, fixes slow time effects and more.
Here are the full patch notes
Skyrim Special Edition 1.3 Update
General stability and performance improvements
Fixed an issue where slow time effects weren’t behaving properly
Better support for 144hz displays
Fixed issue with being unable to log into Bethesda.net
The 1.3 update is not available for consoles yet, and a release date has yet to be confirmed. Full notes for the console version patch will also be coming at a later date.
Last week, we have reported that a very interesting mod called Skyblivion, which aims to recreate The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in Skyrim, is coming in the future. A new trailer has also been released, showcasing the current state of development.
Here is a list of whats new: Armors, weapons and shields are in-game, NPC’s have been manually created, new textures have been made by Anvil Citizen for the Imperial City and some clutter, flora has been replaced with custom models by 3AMt and the first creature is in-game courtesy of Aerisarn, a video of which can by found on my channel. Furthermore we have our first quests and voiced dialogue thanks to Ormin and Zilav
From here on out progress will be faster and updates more frequent. Though there is still allot of work left a release date is coming closer and closer.
Skyrim Special Edition is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.