That wacky voice command-focused Kinect update for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is now live and available for download, Bethesda confirms. The 34MB download is only for English-language versions of the game, with French, Italian, German, and Spanish releases said to be in "final testing."
A helpful PDF lays out many voice commands you can use in Skyrim and how to use them. Shouts can be uttered either in English or in "Dragon language," by pressing and holding RB as you say thing slike Yol Toor Shul, Laas Yah Nir, or the fan-favorite Fus Ro Dah. There are also a variety of other commands for various facets of the game, including item management, follower orders, and the world map.
Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Twitter feed also notes that the first DLC news is coming very, very soon. The tweet, posted at 4:31pm EST on April 30, 2012, specifically says: "Be on the lookout for the first DLC info tomorrow." Tomorrow is today, folks. Keep watching the webs. There's already been some informed speculation that the first content pack will include crossbows and snow elves.