Still suffering from lag when playing the PS3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? Well, the incoming Patch 1.4 will be addressing it, Bethesda promise.
PS3 owners of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have had to struggle for nearly two months now since the game’s release with lag issues, but a cure may finally be at hand, with the upcoming Patch 1.4 explicitly addressing it, Bethesda have confirmed.
The lag issues – which last month Bethesda admitted were difficult to fix due to being the result of a variety of factors – have been one of the most glaring issues with a game that as much as we love it – and in spite of them, BeefJack still gave Skyrim a 9.2 in our review – has more than its fair share of those traditional Bethesda bugs.
However, when specifically asked about the PS3 lag problem, Bethesda Blog had this to say on Twitter: “We’re addressing that in the 1.4 update planned for this month.” Somewhere in the background the Hallelujah Chorus has started playing.
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