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Bethesda plans to release every Skyrim DLC on PSN next month

PS3 owners have been waiting patiently for Skyrim's DLC, and Bethesda aims to bring their long wait to an end with a planned release for all packs next month.

In a recent blog post, Bethesda announces that every Skyrim DLC is planned for release onto the PlayStation 3 in February, finally allowing access to PS3 owners who have been patiently waiting for the add-ons for months.

For the first time every DLC pack–Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn–is slated for release onto the PlayStation Network, each add-on bringing a variety of new quests and areas to expand Skyrim's gameplay. It's fair to say that many players have already complete the main quest of the game and are looking forward to new content, and PS3 owners have been waiting for quite a bit for these DLC packs.

The news also sheds light on the official release date for Dragonborn on PC, which is slated to launch on Feb. 5th, 2013 on the Steam marketplace. Dragonborn adds new expansive content complete with a main quest and many side-quests that span multiple hours, a multitude of new weapons, armors and powers, and the chance to explore the sizeable island of Solsthiem.

PC: On Tuesday, February 5th, Dragonborn will be available on Steam, including the English, French, Italian, Spanish and German versions of the content.

PlayStation 3: Dragonborn will be the first add-on arriving on PSN in February. Hearthfire will release next, followed by Dawnguard, and all three should be out in February. The 1.8 update will also release just prior to Dragonborn. We’ll keep you posted as release dates get finalized both on our end and with Sony for each and its various languages.

Also, to make up for the long wait Bethesda is offering a sale on the DLC once they're released onto the PlayStation Network, discounting each pack by -50% off!

Via Bethblog

Derek Strickland
Derek is an avid fan of gaming and everything geeky, and is compelled to make his mark in the field of games journalism. When he's not gaming on a console (everything from SNES to X360) you can find him reading about ancient civilizations or enjoying a fantasy epic or two.

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