For those having issue with Skyrim Remastered update 1.1, Bethesda has released Skyrim Special Edition Update 1.2 that fixes several problems that were caused by patch 1.1. The update is still in beta, so it?s advisable to check the game?s performance before downloading the new patch.
For those who have downloaded the patch 1.1 and are facing trouble, there?s a new Skyrim Special Edition update 1.2 on Steam. Players can log in to their Steam account and download the beta update. Here?s how you can do it.
Once you?re logged in, go to the library and right click on Skyrim Special Edition. Select properties and choose betas, then select the beta from the dropdown menu and click ok to start downloading the update.
Those who update through the abovementioned method can confirm its success by checking the file name. Your game title should be ?Skyrim Special Edition [Beta].? Regarding the Skyrim Special Edition Update 1.2, the official patch notes suggest that it will fix many problems related to the game?s performance and stability.?The official patch notes are as follows:
- ?Fixed issue related to using alt-tab while playing the game (PC)
- Fixed issue with water flow not rendering properly
- Fixed crash related to changing from werewolf back to human form
- Fixed crash related to reloading after changing Load Order of mods
- General bug fixing and improvements with browsing Mods?
Players who have downloaded the latest beta update have suggested that the game now works flawlessly on their PC. As the update is still not available for consoles, those who haven?t downloaded it should wait for the final release of Skyrim Special Edition Patch 1.2. Bethesda has acknowledged that the developers are working on the fixes, and the issues will be resolved soon.
Those unaware about what has happened should note that players on PC, PS4 and Xbox One have reported crashing issues after downloading patch 1.1. Multiple reports started to appear and Bethesda released another update to address the problems. Some players also suggested workarounds to deal with the issues, but waiting for the official ?update is definitely the best solution for all.