“To update: we’re also close on new Skyrim content for PS3 and PC,” reads a tweet from Bethesda Game Studios that was posted Wednesday (November 7) evening. A follow-up tweet reads: “Thanks to all our fans. We think you’ll love the new stuff. We know it takes us time and thanks for all your support and patience.”
Two pieces of add-on content have been released for the popular sword-and-sorcery game thus far: the vampire-themed Dawnguard in June 2012 and the home-building Hearthfire DLC a few months later. Previously, Bethesda expressed some concern that the PS3 version of Dawnguard might not ever be available, so it’s uncertain whether yesterday’s tweets are an update to that DLC’s status, or only concern the PS3 release of Hearthfire.
A third DLC pack, Dragonborn, was recently announced, and is expected to arrive in December for Xbox 360. There’s no word on when/if it will be available for PS3 and PC players.
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