The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been out for over two weeks now, and while many people are enjoying it immensely, some people are having problems with the game. There have been a variety of bugs identified in the game, from performance problems to crashes and even dragon souls not being given at times. Bethesda said the other week it would be launching a patch for Skyrim sometime the week of November 28th, and now that time has come. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 1.2 update will roll out this week, with European gamers already getting it. The update is available now on the PS3 in North America, while PC and 360 gamers will have to wait until Wednesday. The full list of fixes can be seen over on the Bethesda Blog, but some of the main ones are the crash that would happen on the PC when the audio sample rate is something other than 44100Hz, the Escape button can be used to exit all menus, dragons now attack when sometimes before they would not and also give their souls upon death all the time. Bethesda will keep monitoring forums, blogs, and everything else to see what needs to be fixed in the next patch, but at least something is being done quickly.