Skyrim Update 01.001.003 Patch Notes Today (January 26)
A brand new update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition was deployed earlier today (January 26), specifically for the console version of the game.
Although today’s update has been released to fix a very specific bug, there is still one problem that many Xbox users have been facing for quite some time that seems to have gone unnoticed to the developers.
As many users have reported on Reddit, Skyrim currently has an issue on Xbox consoles that gives players serious FPS lag when in the main menu. Thankfully, this doesn’t appear to affect the gameplay of Skyrim, but the issue still hasn’t been resolved according to the official patch notes.
Here’s everything you need to know surrounding the January 26 Skyrim update.
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Skyrim Update 1.23 Patch Notes (January 26)
If you haven’t turned on your Xbox or PlayStation today, a new Skyrim update will be waiting for you. The size of today’s patch will vary depending on your platform but is reportedly around 1.35GB.
The official patch notes for the January 26 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim update, which is now available for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, can be found below:
- Today we are deploying a fix specifically for Xbox and PlayStation 5 players who were experiencing memory crashes when dropping large quantities of inventory items indoors.
For those on the PC version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, you won’t need to download a new patch as the update has only been deployed for consoles.
It looks like that’s everything included for today’s update. The above details were taken from the official Bethesda Game Studios Discord, but if any further details are released for the latest Skyrim update, we will update this article.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is available now for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
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