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Skyrim's Dawnguard DLC now available on Xbox Live in U.S.

If you're the type who likes to pay -- and not just pay, but pay $20 for downloadable content -- instead of downloading petty, free "Extended Cuts," then, boy, does Bethesda have just the thing for you today, young lad.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's first downloadable content pack, Dawnguard, is now available for download on the Xbox Live Marketplace in the U.S for the, well, pricey price of 1600 Microsoft Points. The French, Italian, German and Spanish Xbox 360 versions of the title will get the content in mid-July. Release dates for the PC and PlayStation 3 version of the content have yet to be determined.

In Dawnguard, your hero or heroine must join or defeat the evil vampire Harkon's, who hopes to use the Elder Scrolls to destroy the sun.

We'll keep you posted on the release date for the expansion on PC and PS3, as well as the likely, and most probably hysterical, bugs headed our way.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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