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New Skyrim DLC Allegedly Dubbed Dragonborn, Features Dragon Mounts

Posted on Tuesday, October 16 @ 08:26:30 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


It looks like some crafty gamers have managed to unearth the DLC files for Bethesda's next batch of downloadable content for Skyrim. The files indicate that the upcoming expansion will be called Dragonborn and feature not only dragon mounts, but also access to some areas of Morrowind.

For those that aren't aware, Morrowind was the setting of the third installment in The Elder Scrolls series, so I'm sure loyal fans are quite excited at the prospect of poking around an overhauled version of the areas they explored many years ago. After all, there's nothing quite like taking a trip down memory lane.

Bethesda has yet to confirm the validity of these reports, so try to contain your excitement for the time being. We'll be sure to update you once we receive official word from the publisher.

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Tags:   Bethesda, DLC


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