Almost a year after release, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is still going strong to this day. That’s thanks to some substantial DLC, which has kept the questing spirit alive in the Bethesda title. Well, alive if you happen to be an Xbox 360 owner of the game. So what exactly is happening with the content for PC and PS3 players out there?
According to a tweet from the official Bethesda account, the development team is “also close on new Skyrim content for PS3 and PC”.
The problem is, is that implies that the current DLC, Dawnguard, Heathfire and the upcoming Dragonborn, might not make it to the PS3 then, thanks to several notorious issues with that specific platform. The first two pieces of DLC are already available on PC though, as that system usually receives the content following on from the Xbox 360.
Still frustrated players can look at the flipside of this, as they might then be getting some extra adventuring that Xbox 360 gamers won’t have. Which is possibly better than a new patch to patch the patch that broke the game, amirite?
Last Updated: November 8, 2012