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Dragon Shout: Skyrim Adds Kinect Support

Posted on Thursday, April 12 @ 08:50:25 PST by

Bethesda Softworks revealed today that the Xbox 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim will be receiving an update that adds support for the Kinect motion sensing device. Before you start working out your arms in anticipation of all that hacking and slashing, know that this support is only for voice commands, pushing Kinect ever closer to just a microphone for core games.

More than 200 voice commands will be supported when the update hits later this month. Obviously the dragon shouts will be supported, but Bethesda details many more commands in the video above.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was GameRevolution's Game of the Year last year and most recently received an update that added more killcams to the experience.
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