Backwards-Flying Dragons Be Gone
Bethesda is slowly but surely addressing the host of issues plaguing Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players at present, rolling out another patch for Xbox 360 players. Patch 1.3 adds "general stability improvements", as well as targeting issues such as magic resistance and physics problems that resulted in the - admittedly fantastic - backwards-flying dragon whose glitched presence forces the frame-rate to a relative standstill.
The list of fixes are as follows, with patch 1.3 also available for PC players to download:
- General stability improvements.
- Fixed Radiant Story incorrectly filling certain roles.
- Fixed magic resistances not calculating properly.
- Fixed issue with placing books on bookshelves inside player purchased homes.
- Fixed dragon animation issues with saving and loading.
- Fixed Y-look input to scale correctly with framerate.
Of course, patch 1.2 was culpable for inadvertently adding its own exclusive issues to Skyrim, so who knows if 1.3 might also be the unlucky harbinger of further nuisance. Keep us updated, Dealspwners! [Eurogamer]