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Skyrim Trick: Using Two-Handed Weapons Causes Sabre Cats to Fly

Skyrim Trick: Using Two-Handed Weapons Causes Sabre Cats to Fly

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is still rife with amusing bugs, as demonstrated by the player who effortlessly launches the game's Sabre Cats into the air.

Anyone who has played or even heard of Skyrim by this point will be aware of how rife with bugs The Elder Scrolls game can be. A recent example demonstrates a more humorous glitch as a player launches a few Sabre Cats into the air. TES5 is in an enviable position as one of Bethesda's most successful releases, second only to the mobile game Fallout Shelter. It is also one of the most well-liked western RPGs in recent memory, and despite being over 11 years old, it has managed to maintain its relevance in the current environment.

Aside from its captivating world and many hours of gameplay, not to mention all the custom mods that keep the core gameplay better, Skyrim also has a few unintentionally funny situations. The game has developed a reputation over time for having numerous bugs. Others add an extra layer of entertainment, but some of them can negatively impact gameplay overall and ruin the player's experience.

The game's physics engine is one element that practically from the beginning came to be associated with Skyrim. There have been many instances of how unreliable it is, and Reddit user Prestonocron is one more in a long line of supporters who have shown how it can have negative effects. In a recent post, they demonstrate their two-handed prowess by hitting several Sabre Cats, which they then launch into the air with a well-timed swing. The heavy metal music that is playing over the clip, along with a few hits from Prestonocron's weapon, is what I like best about it.
The Sabre Cat is one of many powerful foes that the Dragonborn must face in Skyrim, and despite not being the strongest, it is still a fierce creature that can present difficulties, especially to newcomers. TES5's physics and a well-placed swing from a weapon, on the other hand, are more potent than even the mightiest animals that roam this province, as evidenced by examples like the one Prestonocron posted. It's one of the factors that keeps the game at the top of the AAA market.

Of course, there are a lot of gamers who are impatiently waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6 to release. With Bethesda getting ready to release Starfield in September, one can only hope that the developer will be more open about the upcoming installment of its storied epic fantasy series. It is currently unknown if TES6 will provide the same kind of physics-based entertainment.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available now on PC, PS3, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Andrew Heaton

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