Skyrim DLC prices slashed on Xbox Live

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Have you not purchased the expansions for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim yet? Shame on you. Whatever reasons you have been putting off your purchases of this trio of expansionary content for, a recent sale might have you rethinking them.

Xbox 360 versions of Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn are on sale between now and April 1st for 50% off. The meatier packs, Dragonborn and Dawnguard are 800 points a piece. While the building expansion, Hearthfire, is on sale for 200 Microsoft Points.

Yep, it’s the same deal that PlayStation 3 players were offered a short while ago when the first DLC was released for the system. No word on whether Bethesda is marking down Skyrim content for PlayStation 3 players as of yet.

Those still wandering around the world of Skyrim are also patiently awaiting an update for the RPG which recently released on Steam. The Legendary Update is said to effectively remove the skill cap from the game, while also offering a higher level of difficulty. The Legendary update arrived on Steam earlier this month, and had initially been rumored to arrive in March for consoles. It doesn’t look like its going to make that deadline.

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