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PS3 Skyrim: Dawnguard, Dragonborn & Hearthfire Subsidies Due?

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There are some owners of the PS3 who have turned their backs on the console itself after Skyrim and its DLC expansions are taking so long to come.

Skyrim PS3 DLC Dawnguard, Dragonborn & Hearthfire possible subsidies

Now there is some good news as Bethesda have finally said that the first DLC will arrive on the PS3 and it will be Dragonborn. It will come out at some point in the New Year. However a release date hasn’t been given for whenthe other two DLCs, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, will be out.

Now forums are rife with comments about when Bethesda release the DLC packs, that they should come with a reduction in price as way of compensation for making PS3 users wait so long for the DLC.

Of course PS3 owners would welcome the expansion, as it is worth playing, whether the price tag is subsidized or not. The many Xbox 360 owners will tell you this, as they have spent over 400 hours playing it and aren’t disappointed with their purhcase. However because Bethesda did say that they haven’t decided how much the game would cost for owners of the PS3, that these comments started regarding the possibly subsidies.

Bethesda told owners of the PS3 how far they were with Dawnguard. They admitted that they had decides to release Dragonborn first as it was the easiest of the DLC packs for them to push out for the Sony console.

This may mean that problems which surround Dawnguard could be a lot bigger than what was first thought. Whether this is true or not, Bethesda have said that they will continue working to get Dawnguard and Hearthfire out on the PS3.

At the moment when Dawnguard or Hearthfire will be available for the PS3 is anyone’s guess. Also we all know how much Xbox 360 owners have paid for the DLC for their console, now owners of the PS3 Skyrim game are waiting to find out how much their patience has been rewarded in the form of a price drop, if any.

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