Bethesda has confirmed that it will unveil later today both the Kinect update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as well as the first details on the first downloadable add-on for the massive RPG.
Skyrim delighted millions of players last year when it came out for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Since then, Bethesda has released many updates for the game to eliminate problems and worked on quite a few new features.
Among the most surprising is the support for the Xbox 360’s Kinect sensor, which allows players to control a variety of mechanics and actions in the game, including the famous Dragon Shouts, by using their voice.
After a bit of waiting, Bethesda has now confirmed that the update for the English versions of Skyrim will be released later today on the Xbox 360. Editions of the update for the French, German, Italian, and Spanish versions of Skyrim will also be launched soon enough.
All Skyrim owners should also be on the lookout today for some official details about the first downloadable add-on for the RPG.
According to the studio, while its planned announcement may not include that many details about the DLC, players will certainly enjoy it.