The lights are on
PC players can now build their own homes in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with the release of Hearthfire on Steam. The content costs $4.99. Hearthfire released on Xbox Live early last month.
Bethesda was unable to provide an update on the release of Skyrim download content for PlayStation 3.
For a breakdown on what's good and bad about Hearthfire, check out our impressions.
I like how they try and blame the PS3's hardware for their screw up. I mean it's not like they did not know that they had no clue what the hell they are doing with it.
How long does DLC keep coming for these games?
I like mods, but I also try to keep them at a low level to prevent the game from moving away of its original appeal.
I bough Hearthfire for the achievements.
**** you, Bethesda. Can't do anything with the PS3 version and know a useless mod download for PC users. Keep enjoying that cash flow, I;m sure it's nice.
again Skyrim what up
And then the PC community laughed very heartily that Bethesda thought they could sell something less impressive than the mods that users have been putting out for people to play.
If it's not out by the time AC3 launches then I will assume that Bethesda has given up on supporting the PS3 version and I will be selling my (formerly) beloved copy of Skyrim. I also won't be buying the next one until far after release to be sure it will be supported on my system of choice.
No hard feelings against Bethesda. But it's pretty damn crappy whats happened with the PS3 version, and I am absolutely disappointed.
I've given up on waiting for the Skyrim DLC to come out on PS3
Poor PS3 is still getting the shaft...
if this had come out about 6 months ago I would have picked it up.