Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim update 1.22 patch this December 13, and this is to address a number of issues in the game, which includes fixes to crashing, Creation Club and more.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Update 1.22 Patch Notes:
Here’s what’s new according to Bethesda:
Update Version 1.6.342
- PC (Steam): 25.2MB
- Added additional translations when downloaded creations
- Fixed Ash Zombies respawning and finding the player in their home (Ghost of the Tribunal)
- Fixed light flicker in the Ragged Flagon Cistern
- Fixed Palomino Horses missing mane textures
- Fixed an issue some PC Steam players were experiencing when trying to upgrade using their keyboard
- Fixed an issue where Creation Club Bundles were incorrectly showing as “owned”
- Fixed an issue some players experienced when trying to change button mapping.
- Fixed crashing issue when spam casting Fireball.
That seems to be it for this title update. If there are more gameplay-related changes to the console versions, we’ll be sure to update the post.
3 thoughts on “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Update 1.22 Patch Notes; Out for Fixes This Dec. 13”
How about a Giant or random monster dying in one of the three homes we build or an NPC dying and the corpse never dissapearing
So, on the Xbox One the update was 17.2 GB and not only removed all installed mods but Creation Club content as well. And with the Xbox at least, when there is an update you can’t opt out and continue to play, you have to update. Wtf Bethesda?!?!
Or how about letting us console players use the damn console cmd line ffs
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