'Dragonborn' will be the first Skyrim expansion to hit PSN, followed by 'Hearthfire' and 'Dawnguard', all of which will release in February. Exact dates will be announced nearer the time.
Copyright: Bethesda SoftworksThe much-delayed Skyrim expansions will be available at half price during their respective launch weeks.
The release of 'Dragonborn' will be preceded by the 1.8 update, which makes memory and stability improvements, as well as fixing certain bugs.
Bethesda also confirmed that 'Dragonborn' will be released on the PC through Steam on February 5.
"Over the last year, it's been a treat for us to work on new content for Skyrim, and we're excited that it will soon be available for everyone to explore," reads a Bethesda statement.
"Thanks for all your support and sharing your adventures with us."
Bethesda confirmed PS3 DLC support late last year, after previously admitting that it was unsure if the expansions would ever launch on a Sony device.
The recently-launched 'Dragonborn' DLC is currently available on Xbox 360 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 features upwards of 30 hours of gameplay, additional Achievements and a separate map the size of the Reach.
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