By Khurram Aziz email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 19, 2013 01:58 PM EST
Bethesda Game Studios, maker of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim RPG, has said that all downloadable content expansion packs for the game will be available for the Playstation 3 in February.
Xbox 360 owners have had access to the three add-ons going back to June 2012, while PC users have had two. Now both sets of gamers will be able to download Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard from some time next month.
"On Tuesday, February 5th, Dragonborn will be available on Steam, including the English, French, Italian, Spanish and German versions of the content," said Bethesda in its blog. "Dragonborn will be the first add-on arriving on PSN in February. Hearthfire will release next, followed by Dawnguard, and all three should be out in February. The 1.8 update will also release, just prior to Dragonborn. We'll keep you posted as release dates get finalized both on our end and with Sony for each and its various languages."
Skyrim is the fifth game in the popular Elder Scrolls role-playing game series developed by Bethesda, and is set 200 years after the events of the previous installment - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The game takes its name from the province of Skyrim in which it is set, with the main story focusing on the player's quest to defeat Alduin, a Dragon god prophesized to destroy the world.
In October, Bethesda explained that the missing Skyrim DLC for PS3 was because of the difficulty it was having in creating a stable release of the add-ons.
The Dawnguard and Dragonborn updates are priced at $20 while Hearthfire is available for $10, but Bethesda promises a 50% discount for all titles during their launch week on the Playstation Network.
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