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Skyrim Kinect support announced
Thu
12.04.2012
By: HoriZon

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim will get Kinect support, Bethesda has announced.

Support for Microsoft's motion-sensing device will come via a free title update due out this month. A video showcasing how it works is below.




Over 200 voice commands are added, including for Dragon Shouts, Hotkey Equipping, Follower Commands, and all Menus (Items, Magic, Map, Barter, Container, Favorites, and Skills).

You can also use voice commands to order your companions about, to create and load saves during gameplay and access menus and inventories. The video shows how you're able to quickly switch weapon load-outs, from dual spells, for example, to axe and shield.

New functionality has been added, including special map functions, additional hotkey options and the ability to sort inventory items by name, weight, and value. Bethesda will release a full list of voice commands in the coming weeks.


Source: Eurogamer

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