Bethesda announces dates for PlayStation 3 Skyrim expansions

The coming of the dragonborn is imminent. Bethesda is finally releasing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim downloadable content on PlayStation 3 this month.

Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard will hit on three separate weeks in February in the reverse order that the developer released them on Xbox 360, according to Bethesda’s official blog.

Here are the dates:

  • Dragonborn: Feb. 12
  • Hearthfire: Feb. 19
  • Dawnguard: Feb. 26

As we reported previously, Bethesda will cut the price of each add-on pack by 50 percent for the first week of its release on the PlayStation Network. That means Dragonborn and Dawguard will go for $9.98, and Hearthfire will cost $2.48.

Bethesda Game Studios struggled to port these expansions to the PlayStation 3. Dawnguard, the first DLC released on Xbox 360, hit the Xbox Live Marketplace in June. It later came to Windows in August.

Via Twitter: @Bethblog

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