Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch 1.4 has now gone live for PC users on Steam, after more than a week of beta testing on the platform.
The patch has long been anticipated and not just because it planned to optimise quite a lot of the game experience - it also added the Skyrim Workshop to game, which allows much more support for modders. It will certainly be interesting to see what they can come up with now that these extra tools are available.
Some of the bugs that were fixed include: optimisation for memory and processors and improved optimisation for the compiler. A crash which occurred in "Haemar's Shame" if you'd already completed "A Daedra's Best Friend" has also been sorted out. The infinite look with bookshelves has also been fixed.
If you want to find a full list of all the bug fixes from this patch, but also the quests which have now been patched, feel free to check out the Bethblog.
Bethesda also announced that gamers on the PS3 and Xbox 360 will have to wait a little while longer. PS3 gamers especially have been waiting for this patch in order to fix framerate issues and slowdown.