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Bethesda 'not satisfied' with PS3 version of Dawnguard

on 2 August 2012

After releasing Elder Scrolls: Skyrim's first downloadable content, Dawnguard, for Steam users, Bethesda came out and said that it's simply "not satisfied yet" with how Dawnguard is running on Sony's black box.

The official posting on the Bethesda Blog goes like this:

"We are not satisfied yet with Dawnguard’s performance on the PS3. We would like for everyone to have a chance to play Dawnguard, but we aren’t going to release it for PS3 knowing that some people’s experience in Skyrim will be worse. We do everything we can to have our content available to all; from our free updates, to user mods, to paid DLC. We’re as disappointed as our fans when that isn’t the case, but we’ll continue to push for that reality."

Dawnguard has been on a very arduous road as of late, with both PlayStation 3 and PC versions coming out much later than the Xbox 360 versions. It's nice, however, to see that Bethesda is ensuring players that the content will not be riddled with technical issues; we've already gone through that. Is the wait worth it, everyone, if the end product is fully refined? 

Via Kotaku, Bethesda Blog