Bethesda has finally put an end to a pretty serious glitch in the anniversary edition The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. Despite the RPG’s stance as one of the highest-grossing video games of all time, it has a reputation for being a bit broken in places. In fact, it’s almost become a meme in its own right, which will have players demonstrating some of the more amusing issues they’ve encountered while roaming Tamriel, and such glitches seem to exist years into the game’s release.
Even SkyrimThe anniversary edition of has some groundbreaking bugs. Given that this re-release came out just last year and the studio implemented some additional features, such as 11 years. Thankfully, it looks like at least that one specific issue has now been fixed.
In a post on the Bethesda help site, the developer revealed that a recent update for Skyrim has now fixed a serious issue with the game that was preventing some players from accessing the main menu. It also wiped out the mods and Creation Club aspects of the menu. Up until that point, the developer was offering advice on how to fix the problem, including turning off and disconnecting the console, in this case the Xbox, and waiting 30 seconds before turning it back on. Otherwise, deleting some older saves and/or going offline was another solution. As you can imagine, this would have been quite an inconvenience for those experiencing these issues.
As groundbreaking as some of the bugs are, it’s possible to come across some helpful glitches Skyrim, like the one that decreases the cooldown between shouts, or, perhaps the most famous, placing a basket or cauldron over a shopkeeper’s head to allow the player to steal without consequences. Despite the usefulness of some of these, it still shows how flawed the epic open-world title can be at times.
With The Elder Scrolls 6 Now in development, albeit likely years from completion, many in the gaming community are ready for the next game in the long-running series. Skyrim has had a long shelf life, but many probably feel it’s time to move on. If TES6 When it releases will be just as buggy can’t be said, but fans are aware of the reputation Bethesda games have.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is now available for PC, PS3, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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