By Vamien McKalin email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 21, 2013 10:48 AM EST
Good news for PlayStation 3 gamers waiting to get their hands on every single DLC for their copy of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Per reports, it appears all content is shaping up for launch as one package, come February.
In a recent blog post by Bethesda, the developer made it known to agitated PS3 gamers that they should expect all DLCs by February, most likely after the release of Dragonborn for the PC on Feb. 5. The content includes Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard, all of which were delayed for the PS3 due to hardware constraints or the lack of knowledge on the part of the developer.
To try and make up with PS3 fans, all three downloadable content will be available for 50 percent off on PSN during the launch week. However, it is not certain if this is enough to calm the burning souls of PS3 fans, for they are angry and probably need a lot more incentive to ease the pain of being outcast.
"PlayStation 3: 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. Last but not least, each one will be 50% off during their launch week on PSN," said Bethesda in its blog post.
With rumors speaking of more DLC in the form of Redguard being planned for Skyrim, one has to wonder if these rumors are true. Will PS3 fans have to wait for a long time yet again, or is Bethesda already in control of the situation?
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