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Pete Hines may have hinted at a possible release date in regards to the 1.8 patch for the Playstation 3 version of the multiplatform title, ?The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.? When asked about when the update will be available on the Playstation Network, the vice president of Bethesda Softworks revealed through Twitter on Feb. 2 that it will probably come out before the first DLC release on the system. You can check out some screens from the Dragonborn expansion, as well as several older shots from the open-world role-playing game, in the slideshow at the top of this article and the comments from Pete Hines below (courtesy of DCDeacon Twitter):

I think it'll be the day before Dragonborn comes out

View slideshow: ?Skyrim? 1.8 patch PS3 release date hinted by Bethesda Softworks

Dragonborn will be the first DLC released for the Playstation 3 version of ?The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? with a launch date of Feb. 12. Therefore, the 1.8 patch will most likely come out on Feb. 11.

?The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? was released for the Playstation 3 console in North America on Nov. 11, 2011. The open-world role-playing game is also available for the PC ad Xbox 360 platforms. You can order the title in the following link: ?The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?

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Oddly, at my local stores this game is still full price for PS3

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