Bethesda working on patch for Skyrim glitches, asks fans to be patient
I thank my Daedric deities on a daily basis that there's already a patch (of sorts) for Skyrim's bugs, but glitches still run rampant across the snowy landscape. Don't worry, though: Bethesda has no intention of letting the worst (read: non-hilarious) ones leave a bad taste in your mouth for long. However, Bethesda PR head Pete Hines made sure to note that - despite the quadrillions of hours players have already spent roaming Skyrim's absurdly huge world - it's only been a few days since the game came out.
“We are continuing to work on an update for all platforms to address issues any bugs and [performance] issues we can,” he tweeted. “Patches/updates take a little time. We can’t turn it around quite that fast. It’s been three days. Calm down. We’re working on it.”
Of course, if a particular glitch really has your Dragonborn breathing fire (figuratively), you can help to fix it by reporting it. For instance, I've taken to constantly shouting "FUS RO DAH!" in real life, and it doesn't work. What's the deal there? Someone needs to fix that.