"If we get too aggressive trying to fix a minor problem, run the risk of breaking something bigger."
This morning we offered Bethesda Softworks statements along the lines of the need to launch an incremental patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to correct the problems seen with the release 1.2. Now we extend this information with words of their responsibilities regarding the policy should continue with this type of patches.
"We know this is a great game, and everyone has a different experience with it," explained the members of the company. "We will continue doing everything we can to continue making the game better and better, for many people as possible every day."
"And we realized that there are millions and millions of people playing Skyrim, and we need to treat our updates more carefully," they say. "If we get too aggressive trying to fix a minor problem, run the risk of breaking something bigger."
"For sure we are working on giving priority to the above code fixes the data arrays. Quests and balance problems are common data, and they begin to shoot more with updates in January," they conclude.