Skyrim 1.9 Patch
The Skyrim 1.9 patch has been out for a while on the PC platform, however its port to the consoles has so far been a little behind track. However, Bethesda has finally confirmed on Friday that the title update 1.9 for The Elder Scrolls Skyrim is set for release on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on Monday, April the 8th.
Currently according to the Skyrim developer, the Elder Scrolls patch is undergoing the certification process for console release, and it won't be long before the update has passed the test and Bethesda have confirmed that the release is scheduled for later this week.
The 1.9 patch update, which has already been released on the PC version of Elder Scrolls Skyrim removes the current level cap and allows players to reset their maxed skills in order to re-level them, similar to the prestige feature in Black Ops 2.
Because of this, it's now possible to level up and unlock more perk points consistently, even past the previous level cap. The 1.9 patch update will also include a new 'Legendary' difficulty mode geared for the more veteran players who want a greater challenge from the game.