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'Skyrim' Dragonborn DLC confirmed for PS3, PC

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Skyrim's imminent 'Dragonborn' DLC will be released on the PS3 and PC early next year, Bethesda has confirmed.

With 'Dragonborn' releasing on the Xbox 360 tomorrow, Bethesda revealed that it would launch on the PC and PS3 in 2013.
"We're less than 24 hours away from unleashing Skyrim's next add-on 'Dragonborn' on Xbox LIVE. It's one of our most ambitious add-ons ever and we're excited for everyone to play it," reads the post.

"We're also happy to announce 'Dragonborn' will be available on PS3 and PC early next year."

Bethesda went on to thank fans for their support, before teasing more announcements in the future.

"The support from Skyrim fans over the last year has been amazing, and it's driven us to support Skyrim more than any game we've ever released - including free content updates, modding tools like the Creation Kit and the Skyrim Workshop, and our add-ons, 'Dawnguard' and 'Hearthfire'," it said.

"And we're still not done - we look forward to sharing more Skyrim news next year!"

Bethesda recently suggested that Skyrim DLC was close to launching on the PS3, tweeting that it was closing in on new content for Sony's device.

It was believed that the tweet was referring to the 'Hearthfire' and 'Dawnguard' expansions, which are yet to release on the platform due to performance issues.


'Dragonborn' will be available first on Xbox 360 from December 4 for 1600 Microsoft Points (£15 / $20).

The expansion sees players travel to Solstheim, an island known for its snowy climate and mines, located east of Skyrim.

The DLC will reportedly feature upwards of 30 hours of gameplay, additional Achievements and a separate map the size of the Reach.

> Read Digital Spy's 'Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim' review
> Read Digital Spy's 'Dawnguard' review
> Read Digital Spy's 'Hearthfire' review

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