Update 1.20 has arrived for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and here is the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch. Skyrim Anniversary Edition is out now, marking the game's 10th anniversary. It's hard to believe it's been so long, especially since Skyrim is re-released so often these days. Still, the Anniversary Edition adds a ton of new content that's sure to please veterans and newcomers alike. Some of the content is free, that's what this update for Skyrim contains. Here's what's new in Skyrim's 1.20 update.
Skyrim Update 1.20 Patch Notes
This update adds free content for Skyrim Anniversary Edition. Most content and quests are locked behind the Anniversary Edition upgrade, which costs $20, but some things have been added to Skyrim Special Edition for free. Here's what's new.
- Fishing spots at various locations around Skyrim
- New fishing-related quests at Riften Fishery
- fishing rods
- new fish
- Aquariums for displaying fish
- Survival mode
- Optional survival mode
- Players must manage food, hunger, temperature, fatigue and more in this mode
- The transport weight is considerably reduced
- Fast travel is disabled
- Saints and seducers
- Several new quests in the new Saints and Seducers questline
- New dungeon
- Two new artifacts
- Several sets of weapons and armor
- recruitable animals
- New Alchemy Ingredients
- New Summoning Spells
- Rare Curious
- A companion piece to Saints and Seducers that adds new items to Khajit vendors
- New ingredients
- New potions and poisons
- New types of arrows
These additions are available through the Bethesda Creation Club. They used to cost money, but now they are free for all Skyrim players. If you choose to upgrade to the Anniversary Edition, you'll also receive everything else from Creation Club, including several new armor sets, weapons, items, and quests.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch.