Skyrim Dragonborn confirmed for PC, PS3

Dragon mounting coming to PC and PS3 gamers

December 4, 2012
Dragonborn news

Bethesda has confirmed that its Dragonborn DLC expansion for Skyrim is heading to PC and Playstation 3.

There currently aren’t any details on the release date for when the expansion will arrive on the two platforms, although Bethesda did say “early next year”. It’s then expected to release in January, a month after it hits Xbox 360.

This will also be the first time PS3 gamers receive any Skyrim DLC, as the two previous releases, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, didn’t make it to Sony’s platform.

When asked about the wait PS3 gamers had to endure, Bethesda said the following:

“We think Dragonborn is our best add-on for Skyrim yet, and we didn’t want fans to wait long, so that’s our current focus. Each platform takes a lot of time and attention.” When asked about the fate of Dawnguard and Hearthfire, Bethesda replied, “As noted in our blog post, we’re not done with content for Skyrim. When we’re ready to share more details, we’ll update everyone.”

Source: Bethesda Blog, Eurogamer 

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