Next Skyrim DLC: Thalmor Coming Before Redguard DLC?

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PS3 owners don’t have long to wait for Skyrim Dragonborn, but there are two more DLC rumors brewing already by way of Thalmor and Redguard.

Skyrim DLC: will Thalmor arrive before Redguard?

Owners of the PS3 don’t have long to wait now until they get their hands on the Dragonborn DLC. Bethesda said that it will come to the PS3 some time in early 2013. The company also told owners of the PS3 that they would be getting Dawnguard and Hearthfire, but Dragonborn was easier to release so they chose this first. So once gamers get their hands on Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Hearthfire, what might come after?

Those who have the Xbox 360 already have all three of the DLC packs and Bethesda are working hard to get the DLC packs to owners of the Ps3, but what might we expect following the release of these? Could Bethesda send out even more DLCs or might they launch a brand new game? The chances are that more DLCs will come our way.

Bethesda may follow the pattern; this is five DLC packs for each Skyrim game that comes out, followed by a sequel. This is what they have done in the past with other Skyrim game releases.

Fans of the Skyrim game have been able to play Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn. So if the company continues with the pattern, they should release another two DLC packs before they launch Skyrim 6.

So just what might these be? TapScape has said that the next DLC may be focused around Thalmor. If so it could be a perfect DLC as fighting with them is bound to be inevitable. This could be by way of a rebellion, rather than all-out war, which may cover all maps.

Now we have been hearing about the above rumor for some time now but since this week, there is now talk about another DLC possibly called Redguard that may be next in line as well. If so, these may end up being the two DLCs that we would see before Skyrim 6.

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