The lights are on
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's first downloadable expansion, Dawnguard, was originally planed as a 30-day exclusive for Microsoft. That expired yesterday, but there is still no word on a PS3 or PC release for Dawnguard.
In a recent Twitter post, vice president of Bethesda Softworks Pete Hines said, "We have not announced Dawnguard for any other platform, nor given a timeline for any such news. If we have news, I promise I'd tell you."
We're sure that's not what PS3 or PC user want to hear, but hopefully we'll hear an update about these version soon.
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well, seeing as how i haven't played the game, it doesn't matter to me. Still, for all of those who do have the game, it is unsettling.
I hate it when DLC is released and new achievements are created then added to everyones account. Even those without the dlc
That's because Bethesda sucks Dick. Well, to be specific, they suck Microsoft's Dick.
Whatever. I'm waiting for the GOTY edition before buying any DLC.
I hope people know that SONY does the EXACT same thing! Sony paid DICE to delay the patching of BF3 on xbox, so that PS3 could get the dlc first. Also, Sony paid Ubisoft for "timed DLC exclusivity" for Assassins Creed 3 and the new Splinter Cell game. Both timed for PS3 exclusivity.
This *** needs to stop. But ignorant monkeys need to remember that Sony does the exact same crap. Both console manufacturers and/or developers need to get their *** together...
I got it on the Xbox but it is kinda messed up that they haven't released it for other platforms.
Booo. I don't care about PS3 but if you have it available for 360, by default, you should also have it available for PC. Please don't be a jerk, Bethesda. And get rid of that stupid: Must be logged into Steam to play thing, if you can. I'm tired of a third party telling me I can't play your game if I'm not connected. I didn't pay them, I payed you (Well, technically Gamestop), Steam is a third wheel on a two wheel purchase, so to speak.