Bethesda has announced that the Dragonborn DLC for Skyrim is coming to the PC (and PS3) in early 2013. This comes as no surprise, as each and every DLC for Skyrim was time-exclusive to Microsoft’s console. For your interest, the DLC hits X360 tomorrow, and featuress spears and the ability to mount dragons. Bethesda has also revealed that it is impressed with the PC gamers’ response, and that’s why it supports Skyrim more than any of its other games. And that’s precisely why most PC games should be open to modders. Take note developers as this is how you can boost the sales of your PC versions.
Bethesda has also commented on Dragonborn DLC, claiming it the best Skyrim content yet, and tried to explain the delay behind the PC and PS3 versions. In addition, Pete Hines said that the company is not done yet with Skyrim’s DLC packs.
Naturally, PS3 fans are a bit upset about Bethesda’s support for the PS3 version of Skyrim. And as you’d expect, the company stated that they’re doing everything possible to get all versions of their DLCs out as soon as possible. And you may have also expected, Dragonborn was announced only for X360 because of that time-exclusive deal. After all, the company itself tweeted that they have been making this for everyone from the start.
“We feel Dragonborn is our best Skyrim content yet. Our focus has been making this ready for all, but each platform takes time and attention.”
Best Skyrim content? Sounds possible. After all, Skyrim fans wanted to ride their dragons, something that is possible now with this DLC.
Pete Hines, Bethesda’s PR, on the other hand revealed that Bethesda is not done working on Skyrim content, meaning that we’ll be definitely getting more in 2013. However, Hines did not reveal any more information about Skyrim’s future DLC packs.
“As far as other DLCs, we’re not done working on Skyrim content. We’ll let everyone know when we have new details/info to share.”
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