#1 Edited by believer258 (11663 posts) -

Did anybody happen to get in it or get any emails about it?

EDIT: Aw, frack. I have once again made a thread and forgot to put it in the right forum. It's supposed to be in the Skyrim forum.

#2 Posted by JeanLuc (3573 posts) -

No such luck. Not that I had high hopes. I never get into these sort of things.

#3 Posted by Totori (559 posts) -

isn't it really odd to have a beta for a single player add-on to a single player game?

#4 Posted by benjaebe (2783 posts) -

@Totori said:

isn't it really odd to have a beta for a single player add-on to a single player game?

Helps them iron out bugs I think, at least that's what the Steam beta updates for Skyrim have helped with, as well as getting community feedback to updates and such.

#5 Posted by Irvandus (2826 posts) -

@Totori: Think about how broken Bethesda DLC always is, maybe somehow they'll be able to find the game breaking bugs before releasing it to the public. Probably not though.

#6 Posted by wewantsthering (1552 posts) -

@Totori said:

isn't it really odd to have a beta for a single player add-on to a single player game?

With a game as complex as Skyrim, no. If it was something like Call of Duty where players have a limited set of actions, yeah, that would be a little weird. Skyrim as so many variables that they need a mass of people to punch at it until it breaks.

#7 Posted by MordeaniisChaos (5730 posts) -

@benjaebe said:

@Totori said:

isn't it really odd to have a beta for a single player add-on to a single player game?

Helps them iron out bugs I think, at least that's what the Steam beta updates for Skyrim have helped with, as well as getting community feedback to updates and such.

I was really bummed when they didn't give it to us Steam folks, considering we've been on the BETA train this whole time. Oh well.

@Irvandus said:

@Totori: Think about how broken Bethesda DLC always is, maybe somehow they'll be able to find the game breaking bugs before releasing it to the public. Probably not though.

I've never had the experience that Bethesda DLC is broken. Flawed design? Sure. Broken? No more than the games already were.