By Vamien McKalin email: email@example.com | Jan 04, 2013 09:53 AM EST
The Skyrim Dragonborn downloadable content (DLC), which has been out on the Xbox 360 for some time now, is being prepared for the PS3 and PC. The game is expected to hit both systems in early 2013, though it wasn't specified when exactly.
Ever since the Elder Scrolls: Skyrim launched for the PS3, the game has been marred with problems, when compared to the better Xbox 360 and PC versions. Things took a turn for the worse when the first DLC released for the Xbox 360, but for some odd reason Bethesda found it difficult to get the content up to speed on PS3.
Since then, gamers have been complaining and hoping that one day Bethesda would get around whatever problems the developer is facing to get Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire on the PS3.
Today, PS3 fans can rest a little easier because Bethesda has confirmed in a blog post that the new Dragonborn DLC is coming in early 2013. The developer also went on to mention that it is still working on getting Dawnguard and Hearthfire on the Sony console. Release date for those DLCs should be out before the end of 2013; however, with the way things are going, a 2014 release date could be a possibility at this point.
"For those that are playing the content already, we hope you're having a blast in Solstheim. And as noted in Monday's blog post, we're hard at work to make this content available early next year on PS3 and PC. On PS3 in particular, we turned our attention to Dragonborn, as we thought it was the best content to release first, and we didn't want folks to wait longer. Once it's ready to go for everyone, we'll continue our previous work on Hearthfire and Dawnguard for PS3. Each one takes a lot of time and attention to work well in all circumstances and all combinations of DLC. Once we have a better idea of release timing and pricing, we'll let you know," noted Bethesda's blog post.
Dragonborn for the Xbox 360 can be obtained right now for 1600 Microsoft Points.
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