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Bethesda has finally announced that PS3 users will finally be getting DLC content for their hit RPG, Skyrim.
The fact that no DLC content was released for Skyrim (along with the many problems PS3 owners have faced and are still facing) has been pointed out more times than it should have been, Bethesda finally updated their Twitter feed regarding the situation.
Dragonborn, the new DLC for PS3 owners, was teased and announced earlier this week and the trailer was released this Monday on Bethesda’s YouTube channel. The tweet read, “We’re also close on new Skyrim content for the PS3 and PC.” which is vague but it’s still something for PS3 owners who are still hopeful. PS3 owners received neither the Dawnguard nor the Hearthfire DLC yet and have not been given any indication as to a set release date for either.
Dragonborn was discovered back in October by Skyrim’s PC players, who found files associated to words like “Dragonborn” and “DLC2” and revealed that the DLC would actually have dragon riding action and feature locations from Morrowind, which does indeed exist in Skyrim’s open world but has been inaccessible so far.
The files suggested various new quests and armor types and also the ability for players to be able to cast spells while on their dragons. Zenimax, Bethesda’s parent company has also filled a trademark for Dragonborn under downloadable computer game software.
While Dragonborn was originally expected to release only for PC owners, the recent update has left PS3 owners with their fingers crossed. Hopefully this time Bethesda will come through for them despite failing them many a time before.