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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:49am 21/01/13 | 3 Comments
After lengthy exclusivity with Microsoft's Xbox 360 platform (and some technical issues), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim "Dawnguard", "Dragonborn" and "hearthfire" DLC is coming to the PlayStation 3 this February, Bethesda has revealed.

The PC platform will also net the latest DLC offering, Dragonborn, on February 5th from Steam.

Dragonborn will release on the PSN first, followed by Hearthfire and finally Dawnguard. Bethesda has pledged to aim for all three pieces of content for February as well as the 1.8 patch (releasing before any of the above content). Bethesda has also said that each DLC pack will be available at 50% off in their launch week.



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mental
Posted 11:23am 21/1/13
Shame dragonborn pc wasn't 30 days after xbox, I won't have much free time come Feb.
Llian
Posted 07:21pm 21/1/13
Shame it wasn't around for the xmas period. You know.... when sales go up. I've lost interest now. Not getting it until its cheap as
BladeRunner
Posted 07:30pm 21/1/13
50% is not enough for me to spend money on DLC that is late. The pirate bay, ahoy! This exclusive time DLC crap really makes me rage.
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