More DLC is on its way to the Xbox 360 from Bethesda for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The trailer above sports another Dragonborn, dragon riding and action in Solstheim.
The Xbox 360 is the only platform mentioned in the post on the official Bethesda blog. Here’s exactly what they write, notice that it includes pricing and a release date.
Dragonborn will be available for download for 1600 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE on December 4.
PC gamers will likely see the content in early January. Think that one month delay is rough? PlayStation 3 gamers still haven’t been able to enjoy the first DLC released for Skyrim, Dawnguard, which dropped for the Xbox 360 way back in June.
Bethesda has supposedly been working hard at bringing the PlayStation 3 this extra content, but most PS3 gamers are justifiably growing impatient. Despite the contractual platform exclusivity that Bethesda has with Microsoft for Skyrim, PS3 gamers should have this content afforded to them. That isn’t the case.
Frustration mounts for the Sony faithful.