Bethesda have confirmed the long-awaited release dates for the three Skyrim expansion packs on the PlayStation 3: Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, according to Examiner.
Earlier this week, we reported that the Skyrim expansion packs were about to be released onto the PS3 this month, but only gave details of the North American release dates for the three titles, which were February 12th, 19th and 26th.
Now we also have the European release dates for the DLC, with the three titles launching one day after the North American releases on February 13th, 20th and 27th.
PS3 fans will be able to get their hands on the first of the expansion packs in just five days, starting with Dragonborn, the most recent of the three DLC’s to have been released. Dragonborn sees the player encounter Miraak, the first ever Dragonborn and allows them to explore Solstheim, an area found off the north coast of Morrowind.
Hearthfire follows on February 20th, which allows players to build homes out of raw materials and adopt a child.
The last release will be Dawnguard, which was oddly the first of the three expansion packs to have been released on Xbox Live in June last year.
PS3 fans will be able to get their hands on that as of February 27th, and will be given the choice to either join forces with a Vampire cult, or fight them alongside an order of Vampire hunters known as the Dawnguard.
PS3 Fans: Are you looking forward to getting your hands on the three DLC expansion packs on the PS3? Which one are you looking forward to the most? Share your thoughts in the comment section, below.
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