You've likely heard the horror stories about the PlayStation 3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim if you have not experienced them first hand already. Progress on this front wasn't looking good, until today.
Bethesda plans to address lag issues with Skyrim in update 1.4, which will go live this month assuming certification goes according to plan. Shame a fix is coming so late. I would not fault anyone for letting this situation impact future purchasing decisions.
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