Bethesda provided an update to The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim 1.7 title update on Monday for both PC users on Steam and PS3 and Xbox 360 users.
The 1.7 title update for Skyrim has made its way out of beta and is now available to download for everyone on Steam.
With the PC version handling the beta testing duties, Bethesda plans to submit the 1.7 update to certification to Sony and Microsoft this week so that it can be released to the PS3 and Xbox 360. This means that the update will likely not be out for at least a week or two.
The 1.7 update provides some general memory and stability optimizations as well as a handful of fixes. There are some Xbox 360 specific fixes for using Dragon Shouts with Kinect.
More importantly for PS3 owners, the 1.7 update includes all the new features and fixes from the 1.6 update that was released to the Xbox 360 and PC. This update is needed for the Dawnguard expansion to be released on the console.
Bethesda VP Pete Hines said earlier today that we should expect an announcement about Dawnguard for the PS3 and PC this week.
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