Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:39am 13/12/11 | 22 Comments
There's no secret Bethesda are planning some hefty DLC (downloadable content) for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - game director Todd Howard told us, first and foremost, in our very own E3 interview earlier this year.
But in recent comments made to Joystiq, Howard expressed that the inevitable content would not just expand the game, it would "improve it".
"So we're going through ideas right now, and processing everything people are doing in the game," he told the site. "And [we're] trying to think of ways that we can improve it. [We are looking at] ways to make the game better, not just have more, because the game is so big."
"We [Bethesda] don't have a timetable. They won't be quick, and they'll have a lot of meat on them," he said.
Interestingly, it looks like the team has been following the internet explosion of memes, videos and gameplay glitches the community is finding (and exploiting), with the baskets on heads stuff being chief among them.
"I think our favourite really is putting the buckets on the heads," Howard told Joystiq. "It was, like, day two, and we went, what? Do we fix that? Our lead programmer is pissed and wants to fix it, and I said I'm not sure we should. That's one of those where maybe we leave it in."
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