Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim update 1.001.001 patch this November 22 for both last-gen and next-gen platforms.. While there’s no new content included in this patch, this should fix some of the nagging game-breaking issues affecting the game.The last patch before this one was for the 10th Anniversary Edition, which we posted and have details of right here.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Update 1.001.001 Patch Notes:
Update: Bethesda has released the official patch notes (via Steam):
- Fixed a problem preventing some doors in Rielle from opening properly.
- Fixed an issue where Russian and Polish notes were not displaying text properly.
- Fixed an issue where German and French players were given incorrect menu text when leveling up.
- Fixed an issue where players were experiencing a “black screen” and upon launching
Bethesda has not issued the official patch notes just yet, however some people on the game’s subreddit have chimed in on what this patch is (allegedly) for. One user has mentioned that this patch should fix the black screen and the 0kb bug on PS4. What is the 0kb bug? Here’s an explanation from Reddit:
Hopefully, this is sorted out for real, as that bug can wipe out hundreds of hours of progress, which no one wants to suffer to. On the PC front, someone has reported that after updating the game, Skyrim won’t even run.
If you spot any gameplay-related or technical fixes, let us know what you find down in the comments. We’ll be updating the post as soon as Bethesda releases the official list of changes.