The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim will be patched to version 1.1 on launch day - Friday, 11th November.

Bethesda community manager Nick Breckon shared the news on NeoGAF.

"All platforms going to 1.1 by 11/11/11," Breckon wrote.

"There'll be notes when the time comes."

As for DLC, Bethesda has already pledged to release fewer but "more substantial" add-ons for Skyrim than were released for Oblivion. Bethesda has also admitted that ending the game at the conclusion of the main quest was "a mistake", and won't be doing the same in Skyrim.

We also already know that the first two add-ons for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim will be timed exclusives for Xbox 360.

Eurogamer's Skyrim review will be published on Thursday at 1pm GMT.

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