Costing £3.49/$4.99, the add-on, which enables users to buy land and build homes from the ground up, can be purchased through Steam.
Copyright: Bethesda SoftworksOnce a plot of land has been purchased, users can design anything from a simple one-bedroom cottage to a sprawling mansion.
Homes can be fitted with armouries, alchemy labs, stables and gardens, and populated with mounted trophies, display cases and furnishings.
Users can also own animals, adopt children and hire stewards to work as personal bards or medieval taxi drivers.
A PS3 release, meanwhile, is reliant on the launch of the 'Dawnguard' DLC, which was delayed earlier this year due to technical difficulties.
Bethesda has previously updated Skyrim to provide improved kill cameras and to add Kinect support to the Xbox 360 version.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November. It was named as the fastest-selling PC game on digital distribution service Steam.
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