Skyrim Dawnguard For PS3: Battle Scars May Heal Slowly

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While the delays with the Dawnguard DLC for PS3 Skyrim fans has left a bitter taste for many fans with the Bethesda, the game developer is now trying to heal those scars by offering all three DLC packs within the same month.

There has been great news for owners of Skyrim on PS3 in the form of Bethesda having confirmed Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawnguard DLCs. The developer has given official release dates for the content and this is going to be a superb month for gamers on the PS3, more so with the discount.

Each of the DLC games which have 50% off during the first week that they are on sale. This is to make up for all the waiting and hassle that PS3 owners faced last year when waiting. This means that you can get Dragonborn and Dawnguard, during the first week, for just $10, while Hearthfire will cost $2.50.

Bethesda has given the release dates for the DLC packs in the US PlayStation Store, while they are still waiting for certification for the release in Europe. If you live in the US you can get your hands on Dragonborn on 12th February, while Hearthfire will follow just one week behind on the 19th February.

Dawnguard allows gamers to play as werewolves and vampires and it will be the last DLC to be released, on 26th February. Let’s hope that there will not be a problem releasing the content in the UK and that we will see the packs released in the same week that they are on the shelves in the US. Fingers crossed that people in the UK will not have to wait until March before getting their hands on the DLC packs.

So it seems that the saga surrounding the DLC packs on the PS3 is coming to an end. Attention will then move on to the next expansion, which has been said to be Redguard, and whether or not Bethesda plan on releasing it across all platforms or if the DLC will remain exclusive to the Xbox 360. What do you think they will do?

Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, PC, iPhone and Android games keep Berke busy at work all day. Honestly though we’re not sure why we’re paying him as it should be the other way around.