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Dawnguard DLC Might Dawn on PS3

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Bethesda and Sony are broing it up.

The PS3 version of Skyrim DLC, Dawnguard, is in a bit of a rut compared to that of the PC and 360, but Sony's Adam Boyes is assuring a "big, broad dev support team" currently in cooperation with Bethesda on this project.

However, Bethesda has vowed to delay anything that may jeopardize the Skyrim experience as a whole.

"Of course, I always want everything to work always for everyone. I can't promise any kind of resolution or timeline but can say that everyone involved is trying their best to get this stuff working," Boyes told Kotaku.

Just last week, Hearthfire was released for the 360 crowd; it's priced at 400 Microsoft Points with no other platforms announced. Perfect for the domestic Dovahkiin, the expansion allows players to customize their home from the ground up and adopt orphan children.

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Staff article by Mandy Safai (September 10, 2012)

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