The lights are on
If you're on the fence about which platform to play Bethesda's upcoming game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Microsoft has announced something that it's hoping will tip your scales toward the Xbox 360. The two companies have revealed that the first two DLC add-ons for the game will be coming to the 360 first.
The exclusivity deal expires after 30 days, so PS3 and PC players won't be left out entirely. There's no word yet on when these add-ons will be coming, what they'll contain, or how much they'll cost. It's interesting to note that the announcement specifies that the first two packs are exclusive. If past Bethesda games are any indication, there's likely to be much more where that came from.
Before you start gloating, Xbox fiends, it's probably wise to make sure these add-ons are worth getting in the first place.
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Ugh.... At least it'll only be exclusive for a month, so I guess I'm not too upset.
No big deal I think
Not really bothered by this. Takes a ton of soothing to get me to buy DLC and can you really call it "exclusive" when, in the end, it's pandered to everyone? PC will get the longer stick here.
Maybe not horse armor, maybe blade armor, or bow armor. Maybe a DLC to make your wife carry your armor wherever you go?