Strange Skyrim Glitch Shows Guard Walking in Mid-Air

Strange Skyrim Glitch Shows Guard Walking in Mid-Air

A strange bug in The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim shows a guard walking in mid-air. Skyrim came out over a decade ago, and developer Bethesda Game Studios has re-released the game several times since then on various platforms. These versions often come with a bunch of enhancements, such as improved graphics and frame rate, in addition to various pieces of DLC and add-ons.

Skyrim was perhaps infamous for its bugs at launch, and despite these re-releases, users are still coming across hilarious glitches while exploring the game’s world. As an example, a strange bug in Skyrim turns the city of Whiterun into a ghost town, as the entire area gets covered by dense fog. Now, another Skyrim fan finds a bizarre glitch related to one of the game’s guards.


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A Reddit user named Wonderful_Pie_7220 has shared a funny clip from The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, showing one guard walking in mid-air. The Skyrim guard keeps moving upward while walking in mid-air and players can see them getting smaller as they take to the skies. According to some users in the comments section, this guard looks to be patrolling the cloud district in the game.

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Other players make jokes about the guard ascending to greater heights, while one fan comments on their moonwalking skills, claiming this ability to be at level 100. One gamer also contradicts Wonderful_Pie_7220’s claim that the guard is flying in Skyrim, stating that flying works horizontally as opposed to slowly moving upwards.

Since its release, many fans shared videos featuring funny incidents involving guards in Skyrim, with this clip being the latest addition to the list. In addition, one player recently shared a hilarious video showing the impact mods can have on Skyrim guards, as the guards in the game started sounding like minions. In this case, the user spent three days installing various Skyrim mods and shared the video to show their disappointment with a side effect of this process.

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It’ll be interesting to see if Skyrim’s sequel also suffers from similar issues whenever The Elder Scrolls 6 comes out. Games developed by Bethesda Game Studios have been subject to buggy releases in the past, so The Elder Scrolls 6 may also follow a similar trend. Fans should note that The Elder Scrolls 6 was still in pre-production as of last year, as Bethesda Game Studios is currently busy finishing up the highly anticipated Starfield.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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