‘The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Special Edition’ Latest News & Updates: How Much Has the Remastered Version Improved?

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 03, 2016 12:23 PM EDT

“The Elder Scrolls” fanatics were offered something new with the remastered version of the fifth installment. “Skyrim Special Edition” was released last Oct. 28 though the past days saw some issues tied up with the audio compliment for the said game.

As mentioned in a previous post, several players of “Skyrim Special Edition” were complaining about the poor audio quality and that a fix would be coming soon. Some players have ingeniously resorted to workarounds over at Reddit though much of it may be a bit technical for the average gamer

Aside from the audio performance, the graphics were the focal point of the remastered version of “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition”. Aside from that, the game no longer crashes like before and most of the visual enhancements can only be appreciated if looked upon closely.

One notable improvement was the rain occlusion which may have been tweaked to make it relative to the surfaces and not plainly seeing the water drop through anything. Rain water no longer goes through roofs or areas like the previous version, according to reports.

There are plenty of other things likely improved on “Skyrim Special Edition” but the only way to notice them is to actually play the game. Some may be apprehensive thought he hardcore peeps will likely share and give others an idea on whether to take up Bethesda on its latest remaster or not.

While game console versions of “Skyrim Special Edition” will likely have fewer things to worry about with the settings, PC versions can get improvements depending on their machine’s specs. The quality of the display will depend on how good processors and GPUs are, with gameplay performance, of course, the most important of them all.

So has Bethesda come up with an improved “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” with the special edition? The only way to appreciate that looks at the game in detail and not just the title which rings an old bell.

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