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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim To Get Kinect Support
Because you've always wanted to yell FUS-RO-DAH! at your TV, right?
04.12.12 - 4:11 PM

Bethesda announced this morning that the next update for the Xbox 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, due sometime this month, will include Kinect support by way of voice commands. Included in the update will be over 200 voice commands including dragon shouts (of course), hotkey equipping (as well as adding more hotkey options), follow commands and menu commands. This functionality will make it easier to load and save your game, add more map functions, and let you sort through your inventory, and more.

For a sample of the Kinect integration in Skyrim, watch the video below. The free patch will be available 'soon.'




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