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Skyrim Kinect arrives tomorrow, Skyrim Kinect commands arrive today

by | @AttackFanboy | on April 30, 2012

In the event that you wanted to brush up on your Dragon Shout pronunciations before tomorrow’s release of the patch that will enable the Kinect motion camera to work with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Bethesda has gone ahead and put out a list of all the commands you’ll be able to use with motion controller.

The Skyrim Kinect patch will arrive on the Xbox 360 at some time tomorrow, and its a free download.  Bethesda compiled a PDF with all Kinect functionalities detailed as to when and where you can use them.  Judging by the size of the PDF, this is a complete game-changer for the role playing game.  If you’ve long finished Skyrim, the new functionality could give you a reason to get back out there and slay dragons, or collect cheese wheels, whatever it is you like doing in the game.

The Kinect features span use on container, skills, character, map, magic, barter, item, and favorites menu.  It recognizes follow commands, dragon shouts, hotkey equipping, and other gameplay features.  No word on when the patch would go live, but you can expect it at some point tomorrow.

You can download the PDF, here.

 

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