Skyrim PlayStation 3 DLC Finally Dated
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Between the new live-action God of War: Ascension Super Bowl commercial and the fact that the reveal of the PlayStation 4 is less than one month away, Sony fans are feeling pretty good right now. They’re probably thinking their day can’t get any better, but they are wrong.
Bethesda has jumped on the Sony hype train today by finally announcing the U.S. release dates for Skyrim DLC on the PlayStation 3. “Dawnguard,” “Hearthfire,” and “Dragonborn” have all been available on the Xbox 360 and PC for months, but PlayStation 3 gamers had been left out. Whatever the problem was, Bethesda has overcome it, and PlayStation 3 gamers can finally dust off their copies of Skyrim and distract themselves until they can get their hands on next-gen PlayStation 4 titles.
As announced back in the middle of January, the Skyrim DLC will be released in reverse order of how they were released on other platforms. Luckily, the release dates are only a week apart for each. “Dragonborn” will come first on February 12, followed by “Hearthfire” on February 19. “Dawnguard” will be released on February 26.
Bethesda stated that all of the Skyrim DLC add-ons will be marked down during their individual release weeks. Also, the release dates for Europe will be coming “soon.”
To jog everyone’s memory of what Skyrim DLC has to offer, here are all the trailers for the add-ons, in the order of their PlayStation 3 release schedule: