Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a damn good (read: addictive) game, but as with any open world title -- especially one by Bethesda -- it came with its share of bugs. Beth was quick to patch, but to the surprise of no one, this latest patch already needs a patch of its own.
Skyrim players are posting video evidence now of new bugs created by the recently released fix, and they range from hilarious to absolutely frustrating.
Some have reported that dragons are now flying backwards in their games, and here's a clip to prove it. Actually funnier than detrimental unless you're all about story immersion, because this does sort of break the tone.
That was recorded on PC, but here's some broken gameplay from the PS3 version. This next glitch is actually pretty terrible, especially for anyone playing on higher difficulties.
The patch has apparently removed all magic resistance from the game, both for the player and enemy units. So if you've been running around as a Nord, laughing at Frost Dragons and mages, know that the tables have just been turned.
For anyone afflicted with these (or any other) problems, we hope you receive a speedy fix. Irate gamers have since started a thread on the official forums to keep tabs on new bugs.
Many thanks goes to David for the tip.