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Skyrim DLC For PS3 Dated

Posted on Friday, February 1 @ 08:18:43 Eastern by Keri_Honea


Bethesda said they would release the Skyrim DLC for the PS3 in February, and they've made good on their promises. They are still working with Sony Europe to finalize the release dates in Europe, but for North America, the 1.8 software update, Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire are all approved and ready for release.

Dragonborn releases first on February 12th, with Hearthfire one week later on February 19th, and Dawnguard a week after that on February 26th. All DLC will be available for purchase via the PSN, and all three packs will be on sale for 50% during their first week's release.

PS3 Skyrim owners, are you excited?

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