‘Elder Scrolls V’ DLC Coming To The PC, PS3 In February

After a hefty delay, Bethesda has finally dated their three “Skyrim” expansions for the PS3 and PC in early February, ending the timed exclusive period on the Xbox 360. The “Dragonborn” and “Danwguard” expansions will join the “Hearthfire” customization kit on Steam/PSN in February with a steep discount for PSN gamers who grab them early.

The PC release of “Dragonborn” has a firm date of February 5th, bringing the last “Skyrim” expansion to Steam with English, French, Italian, Spanish and German language support.

Bethesda didn’t provide a final release date for “Dragonborn,” “Hearthfire,” and “Dawnguard” on PSN, saying only that all three would be released in February along with the 1.8 patch. The developer did promise that during their launch week, each piece of DLC would be priced at 50% off.

Thinking about downloading these expansions when they’re available? Before you do, be sure to check out our reviews of each one:




[Source: Bethesda Blog]

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