Bethesda’s highly regarded titles
are known for some of the grandest adventures in some of the biggest worlds
ever conceived in gaming. On the flip side, those same games are infamous for sometimes
being incredibly buggy. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been no
exception, with the PS3 version being particularly troubled. Bethesda now says
that by the end of the month another patch will be live that might finally make
the PS3 version playable for the unlucky gamers affected by lag in that edition.
The news of patch 1.4 for Skyrim
came from the official Twitter account,
saying that the lag issues would hopefully be addressed in that update. The 1.4
update is planned for some time in January, though we aren’t sure if this
patch, like previous versions, will also go live on 360 and PC to deal with the
various problems on those systems. Still, don’t fret lag-plagued PS3 players
because Bethesda seems committed to fixing this problem. In the meantime, watching Mega
64’s awesome tribute to Skyrim might ease the pain.