Bethesda Games Studios has just released patch 1.4.27 for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It's currently available for PC users only via Steam.
The patch fixes a few more bugs with the game, while also fixing some issues with the game's launcher. For example, an issues has now been fixed whereby you weren't able to download mods when you were subscribed to more than 50.
When it comes to the bugs, one of the main ones comes with using an Xbox 360 controller. Remapping buttons should now work properly. AI followers will also now sneak correctly, following your commands.
Bethesda has stated that despite this patch release, the team are already hard at work on the next patch, although no date was given for when this might appear. For a full list of the fixes with this version, check out the official patch notes on the Bethblog.
While you're here, you should also check out our list of cool mods which have surfaced on the PC version of Skyrim. This is even more pertinent now, due to the release of the creation kit.