Bethesda have finally moved the 1.7 patch for Skyrim from beta to a live release on Steam.
For Xbox 360 users the patch fixes issues with Kinect and voice-functionality for Dawnguard, meaning you can shout at your TV to your hearts content.
The PS3 version of the patch also prepares it for Dawnguard, however it’s still not known when the expansion will hit the console as Bethesda are keeping tight lipped.
The last update came from Bethesda’s Pete Hines who said more information will be revealed soon.
Skyrim patch 1.7 that fixes numerous bits and bobs is out now for all Steam users. Previously it was only available in beta form.
Bethesda also announced plans to submit the update to console manufacturers this week, so it should arrive on those platforms shortly. This is most exciting for Xbox 360 users as several of the bug fixes and updates are directly related to Kinect voice-functionality or the currently Xbox 360 exclusive Dawnguard DLC.