Bethesda caused a bit of a stir last week when it didn’t announce the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim expansion, Dawnguard, expansion for the Playstation 3 and PC after the 30-day exclusivity period for the Xbox 360 ended. Bethesda VP Pete Hines responded to concerns voiced by fans over the weekend.
The lack of information about Dawnguard has led to speculation that the expansion would not be released at all to the PS3 or PC. When asked directly about this on Twitter, Hines responded, “Just sit tight. We’ll have info soon.”
Update: Indeed, Hines went on to say Monday morning that news about Dawnguard for the PS3 and PC should arrive “later this week.”
Last week, Hines said the following after many Skyrim fans expected Dawnguard to land the same day the 30-day exclusivity period ended. “We have not announced Dawnguard for any other platform, nor given a timeline for any such news.”
Bethesda is currently working on the 1.7 title update for all three platforms. For the PS3, the update rolls in everything from the 1.6 update that was previously released to the PC and Xbox 360. Sony’s game platform will need that update before it can receive the Dawnguard expansion.
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