Thursday, 12 April 2012

Bethesda Adds Kinect To Skyrim

Bethesda have announced that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will integrate Kinect support. 

Coming in the form of a free update due later this month, the Kinect support will add 200 voice commands to hotkey equip, and all menu navigation. Companions can also be commanded using voice controls.

Whilst these might sound great to some people, it's nothing compared to the news that this update will allow Kinect users to use Dragon Shouts. No doubt they'll be plenty of you shouting "FUS RO DAH!" and other Skyrim shouts in your living room soon enough. Yes, it may feel a little silly, but it's all in the name of fun!

As well as this, inventory items can be sorted by name, weight and value, new hotkey options, and special map functions have been added, which Kinect can also take advantage of. 

Bethesda have also announced that the first Skyrim DLC is on it's way, and will be an Xbox 360 exclusive, which is sure to disappoint PC and Playstation 3 owners. This DLC will add new quests, features, locations and more to Skyrim

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