We joke about how Skyrim has the longevity of a dragon, but one of the reasons the game's remained culturally relevant (besides seeing one re-release after another) is because it has endless mod potential. We're not just talking about the mods that let the Dragonborn run buck-ass naked through Skyrim's freezing wilds, either: We're talking about patches that fix the game's flaws, like the new Skyrim Supplemental Patch.
The Skyrim Supplemental Patch, which you tack onto the Legendary edition of the game (you need all three of Skyrim's DLC expansions), fixes tons of visual errors caused by clipping or poor object placement. Lights floating in mid-air are grounded, improperly-textured rocks have their granite coats returned to them, coals that seep through braziers are contained, and much more.
You can download the Skyrim Supplemental Patch from Nexus Mods. The mod's author, brytag, plans to keep updating the patch for a while longer. There's no lack of wrinkles in Skyrim that need hammering down, that's for sure.
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