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Dragonborn DLC Coming To PS3 In 2013

Posted on Monday, December 3 @ 08:50:06 Eastern by Keri_Honea


PlayStation 3 players of Skyrim can finally expect a DLC expansion of the game to hit their consoles. Bethesda confirmed today that Dragonborn will arrive on both PS3 and PC in early 2013. Dragonborn will arrive on the Xbox 360 tomorrow, costing $20.

Dragonborn will be the first expansion for the PS3 version of Skyrim. Skyrim's previous expansions, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, were noticeably not mentioned in Bethesda's announcement. It's quite possible that these expansion packs will never see the PS3, thereby continually slighting the PS3 userbase. The moral of this story obviously is, you should've bought it on the Xbox or PC, suckers.
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