Bethesda tease more Skyrim news for next year.
After much speculation Bethesda has confirmed that PC and PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until next year to play the Dragonborn DLC content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on their respective platforms, while Xbox 360 owners will get to enjoy it as soon as tomorrow. Don’t you just love exclusivity agreements?
“We’re less than 24 hours away from unleashing Skyrim’s next add-on Dragonborn on Xbox LIVE. It’s one of our most ambitious add-ons ever and we’re excited for everyone to play it. We’re also happy to announce Dragonborn will be available on PS3 and PC early next year,” states the official post on the Bethesda blog.
Similar waits affected the launch of previous DLC for Skyrim, so the delay isn’t surprising. That said having to wait for near enough a month for what seems like the finest expansion yet for Skyrim, will dissapoint fans who don’t own an Xbox 360.
What’s more intriguing is that the latest blog from Bethesda also confirms that more “news” concerning Skyrim will be released next year, does that mean there’s more expansion content a foot? Who knows, but with Skyrim still proving immensely popular there seems plenty more life in this nordic horse yet.
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