Bethesda releases second beta patch for Skyrim on Steam

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 26 January 2012 21:52 GMT

Bethesda has posted a quick note informing Skyrim players testing out the patch on Steam that an update is available.

A new version of the beta update is now live and should be applied when you log into Steam.

The following changes have been noted:

  • Fixed occasional audio issue that would play sound effects louder than intended; Master Criminal achievement/trophy unlocks properly in French, German, Spanish and Italian.
  • Fixed issue where dragon priest masks would not render correctly.
  • Fixed issue where player would be unable to become Thane of Riften if they purchased a home first.

Update 1.4  for Skyrim is expected to be finalized soon, and submitted to the console manufacturers for certification.

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