Well you see the console companies go through a wonderful process to approve patches made by developers.
First Bethesda has to write a letter in ink and quill warning Microsoft that they are about to send a patch, then that letter travels via horseback to the great valley of silicon.
Then Microsoft summons a council to determine whether to allow the receipt of a patch or not, usually they do, then they light the signal fires over the mountains to Bethesda’s headquarters that they are willing to receive the patch.
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So now a great adventure gears up and travels on foot with the patch in hand and goes on an epic journey through forests, deserts, mountains which usually takes a month or two depending on how many evil Sony bandits try to stop him.
Then finally the adventurer makes it to Microsoft’s grand castle in the sky where the patch goes through vigorous testing by the worlds greatest wizards and alchemists to ensure its safe for the people, and finally when the high king Bill Gates gives it his royal seal its published on the great servers of Xbox LIVE for all the people to download.
And that’s why patches take so long.
WRITTEN BY MIGHTYLINK