Bethesda has revealed that Kinect support is heading to the Xbox 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Kinect support for Skyrim will include over 200 voice commands when it launches as a free update later this month. And yes, that includes dragon shouts, so prepare for a barrage of angry neighbours to come knocking at your door.
As well as screaming at the top of your lungs in a feeble attempt to knock a giant of a cliff, voice commands will also allow you to assign hotkey equipment, issue follower commands, and navigate menus. Everything else will still be handled by the controller.
Kinect is also available on PC nowadays, but Skyrim will only support Kinect for Xbox 360.
By Ben Salter - Tweet @Ben_Salter