PS3 fans are understandably getting anxious when it comes to the first expansion pack for The Elder Scrolls V on the console. Having already arrived on the Xbox 360 and PC, Bethesda announced a short time ago that quality concerns were delaying the release of the vampire themed content.
As these fans are getting restless, they’ve taken to Bethesda’s various social networks, bombarding the developer with queries as to when the content will be available on the PS3. The good news is, they’ve not given us any reason to completely give up hope on the content arriving on the console in the future. The bad part is, there’s still no word on when said content could arrive.
In response to one of the many questions asking for a concrete release date, Bethesda’s VP of Marketing Pete Hines said: “No, I have info, It hasn’t changed: It isn’t good enough to release for PS3. Saying that daily doesn’t really help.”
This is in response to the many tweets directed at the marketing VP about a release date. In his words: “I have zero to do with Dawnguard running well on PS3. I’m not a coder.”