The September 28 start of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Anniversary Edition for Nintendo Switch presented significant performance issues. Thankfully, Bethesda has begun to look into issues plaguing the Switch version Skyrim Anniversary Edition. Over a decade after its initial release, Skyrim continues to be an influential title in the gaming landscape.
According to Bethesda’s official Support website, an investigation is ongoing into the performance issues identified Skyrim Anniversary Edition for Switch. The Switch version’s performance issues include inconsistent framerates, stuttering, and crashes. Performance issues are evident in newer content added Skyrim Anniversary Edition such as Creation Club content and Survival mode. As a result, the experience is less than desirable for players looking to explore Skyrim Anniversary Edition’s new content.
Players who want to report problems found in Skyrim Anniversary Edition for Switch can do so via Bethesda’s support site. A new entry has been added to the site for these performance issues, encouraging Skyrim Anniversary Edition players on Switch to subscribe and receive updates on the topic. Information about an upcoming patch will likely come first through Bethesda’s channels, which includes the Bethesda Support site.
The Switch version is the latest version for the console Skyrim Anniversary Editionand the title continues to expand its presence on PC as well. Skyrim Anniversary Edition was released for the Epic Games Store on October 6th, just one week after the Switch version was released. The owners of the original Skyrim title on both platforms can be upgraded to Skyrim Anniversary Edition by purchasing the Anniversary Edition Upgrade for $20. However, Switch players should be careful due to the performance issues currently affecting the Anniversary Edition.
Bethesda’s statement on this Skyrim Anniversary EditionThe n is short, but it looks like the developers are trying hard to ensure that the Switch version becomes an exciting choice for gamers once again. The original Skyrim The Switch experience remains intact with a solid frame rate, but the game lacks many of the new features and content that make Anniversary Edition addressing the returning players.
Skyrim is one of Bethesda’s most important titles, so it’s up to the developers to polish the Switch version and bring the best possible performance out of the title. From The Elder Scrolls 6 is still a long way from release, Bethesda needs to secure titles like Skyrim Anniversary Edition and Starfield it is in perfect condition for players.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Anniversary Edition is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
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