The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim has taken the world by storm after its release three weeks ago, and a new patch arriving in January will give players a chance to create and construct mods in the world of Skyrim.
The 1.2 version patch will be available for download after the New Year in January, and includes a Creation Kit, allowing users the same development tools as Bethesda software used to create Skyrim, according to overclockersclub.com.
The 1.2 patch also cleared out a lot of programs gamers were facing, and introduced new problems. According to the same site, “some gamers no longer have magic resistance calculated properly on their character or any NPC in the game, plus a few are even seeing dragons fly backwards.”
Bethesda plans to release an update to fix these problems, but as for the Creation Kit, PC gamers can expect to receive this treat sooner that PlayStation and Xbox users. The reason being because “of the relative ease of releasing patches through Steam.”
“Beginning in January, PC players will be able to download the same development tools we used at Bethesda Game Studios to create Skyrim,” reads the post on the Bethesda Blog, as found through the Escapist site. “In tandem with the Creation Kit’s release, we will roll out a new Wiki and videos to help you get started.”
With files from overclockersclub.com and The Escapist