Last week, Bethesda Softworks has released a patch to the virtual reality port of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim adding a couple of new features to the game while fixing several difficulties.
As stated by the Reddit article by consumer jessBethesda upgrade 1.2.20 adds several new developments to the game, so of which are greatly investigated features by the fans since the game’s official launch. The new features introduced include an alternative for gamers to adjust the camera height, an choice to modify the movement speed using direct movement with the PlayStation Move controllers, an option to include a crosshair when utilizing the PlayStation Move controls, in addition to Crosshairs simply being visible around the PlayStation Move controllers when casting spells.
Aside from adding some new goodies into the game, Skyrim VR variant 1.2.20 also addresses numerous issues which were formerly plaguing this game. Including problems using the hands-free mode, issues where perks can be used before you originally unlocked, enabling users to utilize the Eagle Eye Presence while armed with a crossbow, alterations to the “Telekinesis” spell, in addition to some other minor tweaks which were not comprehensive in the subreddit.
To learn more on the game, check out my editorial on the six-year-old title and the way this edition of Skyrim supplies a fresh perspective compared to its other ports.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is available today exclusively for the PlayStation VR.