Bethesda dates PS3 Skyrim DLC
- Posted February 1st, 2013 at 11:05 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 6 Comments
The PlayStation 3 version of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will finally receive its first chunk of downloadable content later this month.
Bethesda confirmed that the long-delayed DLC will begin rolling out with Dragonborn on February 12, followed by Hearthfire on February 19 and Dawnguard on February 26.
The dates above apply to the North American release, though Bethesda is currently working with Sony Europe to finalize certification for the PAL version.
The DLC will be available at 50% off the standard price point for the first week of release.
lavzee | lavzee
- 11:41am EST - February 1st, 2013
bit too late for me, traded loads of games in a few weeks ago, skyrim included. oh well
jamesobachand | snake2112
- 11:45am EST - February 1st, 2013
finally, bethesda should keep these downloads at 50% off due to the lamest lag in history. Admittedly, I will be purchasing the content.
- 1:47pm EST - February 1st, 2013
i want to see it! :D
Gameoholic007 | Demented007
- 3:17pm EST - February 1st, 2013
I think I might wait and see how this DLC treats other people first before I make a final decision. I keep flip flopping if I really want it or not.
OsborneLV | Eric_Osborne
- 7:20am EST - February 3rd, 2013
Fock Bethseda for what they did to me personally! 120+ hours in game then a game breaking bug stops the main quest from continuing. I'll be waiting for GOTY editions for all future fallouts and elder scrolls games. I've NEVER BEEN SO DISAPPOINTED IN ALL MY GAMIMG HISTORY! I pawned that piece of shot a long time ago and never looked back. NEVER AGAIN BETHSEDA, and congratulations for winning thed "lame of the century award"
I'd rather swallow a thousand loads before I pay for such crud, these DLCs should be free to all your loyalist fans who put up with your shot for over a year!
- 8:22am EST - February 3rd, 2013
played Oblivion 25 hours, after seeing each realm beyond the Oblivion gates looks the same, and the quests get boring fast and the gameplay is not enjoyable.
After playing Skyrim for 8 hours, I had somehow the same feeling, adding the gameplay is pathetic, you're always switching your skills instead of doing real time combat.
After the pathetic bug problems, now the DLC joke. I just hope people stop trusting big name companies, and buy a game because it's hyped.
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