Skyrim DLC PS3 Official Release Date Announced

Skyrim DLC PS3 Official Release Date Announced

Playstation fans thought it would never come, but it finally has. DLC for Skyrim is finally arriving on the Playstation and, as of last report, going to be half off in lieu of the lengthy release schedule.

Bethesda Game Studios, via their twitter, just announced the release dates, they are as follows-

Dragonborn 2/12

Hearthfire on 2/19

Dawnguard on 2/26

PS3 Dates: Dragonborn confirmed for 2/12 release in N. America. Hearthfire on 2/19. Dawnguard on 2/26. Still waiting on dates for Europe.

So still no luck for Europe, but it will hopefully be soon. Still no real news on an update that fixes the myriad of problems with the PS3 version either.

What do you think? Is it too late? If you played Skyrim on PS3 have you already put it down? Would you pick it back up for this DLC? Let us know in the comments.

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  • http://twitter.com/jamespope2 james pope

    This is the very reason that I re-bought the game from Taryn for $10. Im so glad that we’re finally getting our hands on this DLC

    • IamWeapon

      Have you played it on your PS3 yet? How is it running so far?

      • James Pope

        Its running pretty well so far. Dragons are flying in the right direction, Dragon Priest masks are visible on my character and companion. I cant wait for the DLC now!

      • http://twitter.com/jamespope2 james pope

        its running well so far. Only time will really be able to tell if the issues on the PS3 have been resolved though

  • IamWeapon

    I actually just got into it a couple of weeks ago, but I bought in on the 360 of course. Didn’t want to deal with any of the problems I hear from the PS3 version. I sure would have loved those trophies though.