The lights are on
After launching almost a year ago, Bethesda still hasn't released the first expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PlayStation 3. It appears the streak is coming to an end soon.
The official Twitter account for Bethesda Game Studios said, "We’re also close on new Skyrim content for PS3 and PC." Two expansion add-ons have already released on Xbox 360 and PC, Dawnguard and Hearthfire. Game Informer followed up with Bethesda for additional info and were told the Tweet is the company's only comment at this time.
Bethesda said in August it was still developing the content for PlayStation 3, but at the time no one was sure if it was going to happen due to technical issues. "This is not a problem we’re positive we can solve, but we are working together with Sony to try to bring you this content," the publisher said.
The third expansion, Dragonborn, releases first on Xbox 360 on December 4.
if this is true then i will be dusting off my copy of Skyrim soon(ish)
Finally thank you bethesda
I doubt they'll be discounting it considering that they actually had to put in more work. But it isn't even that great anyway.
Well I have given up on Skyrim for the PS3 so I downloaded it on PC and have been using my PS3 controller. Skyrim is the last Bethesda game that I will buy on PS3 which is a bit sad since I have spent so many hours on the Elder Scrolls/Fallout games. Over 300 hours on Skyrim alone. But I will admit that PC does run the game much better and the mods make it so much more fun.
Respect restored. =D Gonna buy the Dragonbor expansion when it comes to Steam.