Ever since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was announced people were already complaining that the game would have plenty of bugs. I mean, you know how gamers are… wrong them once and they’ll be snarky forever. But those people can mutter their complaints a little quieter than before as Bethesda representatives told Wired that gamers should expect a day one patch that “fixes some minor stability and quest progression issues.”
Besides this day one patch, Bethesda creative lead Todd Howard also explained that the company will be focusing on “bigger and more substantial” downloadable content when the game is released. However the company will not “be doing a lot of it. Our high-level thinking is that there’ll be not as many.” He also went on to say that fans should not expect any DLC shortly after the game is released, as the company wants to see what consumers think of the title before moving forward.