Attack of the Fanboy

Skyrim DLC still planned for PlayStation 3

by William Schwartz


Bethesda has yet to give up hope on getting new content onto the PlayStation 3 for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.  After missing out on the Dawnguard and Hearthfire expansions that have already arrived on the Xbox 360 and PC, PlayStation 3 Skyrim fans have been left with little information about when to expect the new content.

Months back, Bethesda warned that the content would be delayed due to problems that were arising on the console.  Instead of releasing sub-par DLC to its fans, the company has decided to hold it back until working properly. This decision has been one that has had a mixed reception.  Some fans are still quite upset about the lengthy delay, as well as the information shortage from the company.

In intermittent tweets from Bethesda’s Marketing Team, Pete Hines has reassured fans that content would be arriving on the PlayStation 3, but still has no precise time table to relay.

“We continue to work on it,” said Hines.  And content will be coming to PS3.  Will give details when I have them.”

This definitely sounds more concrete than previous tweets from Hines, which had a level of uncertainty in them that led many to wonder whether or not new content would ever arrive on the console.  It looks like it’s just a matter of time for Skyrim PS3 fans.

A third expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim titled Dragonborn is scheduled to arrive in early December on the Xbox 360.

Dragonborn Expansion

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