Never put it past the modding community to beat a developer at their own game. While we're already aware of the plethora of problems plaguing players of Skyrim: Special Edition: from the noticeable dip in audio quality to the frequent crashes and quest bugs, there's already a modding team hard to work on fixing the issues before Bethesda do the work themselves.
Whether distrusting of Bethesda to do their own work, annoyed at their decision to skip the debugging process or purely looking for a challenge, the team behind the 'Unofficial Oblivion Patch' series have banded together once again to fix many of the gameplay bugs currently breaking Skyrim's HD tune-up.
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Though an on-going process, the Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition patch series is looking to eventually mop up every major issue with Bethesda's re-released RPG from quest bugs to text placement fixes. It promises to act as noninvasive as possible so as to not cause problems with popular mod files. Currently distributed as an ESP file, the creators hope to chance its final form once the internal load order has been fixed - something only Bethesda themselves can handle.
Should you want to aid your copy of Skyrim: Special Edition, you need only install the unofficial patch through the instructions gathered on its NexusMods download page. The creators are also asking anyone to report any additional bugs they may be suffering - so long as it isn't already on their radar.
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