Skyrim Dragonborn DLC Gets a Trailer

It’s crazy to think that we’re almost a year out from Skyrim’s launch and we’re still getting DLC for it. Bethesda’s long-term commitment to their games this gen have been nothing short of astounding, at least where Xbox 360 and PC users are concerned. That aside, the trailer for the upcoming Dragonborn DLC for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is out and it features a whole host of new features and areas.

Personally, I haven’t played any of the DLC for Skyrim, but Dragonborn looks like it will be a pretty meaty add-on, so I might consider picking this one up. In reference to the PS3 joke above, how do you PS3 owners feel about how Bethesda is handling the DLC for Skyrim? I hear that Dawnguard doesn’t even have an ETA yet, and who knows how long it will take to get Dragonborn.

What are your thoughts about the DLC? Are you in for more Skyrim?

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6 thoughts on “Skyrim Dragonborn DLC Gets a Trailer”

  1. Bethesda really shot themselves in the foot with this one. It’s a catch 22 situation where they don’t want to put out really bad DLC (as in optimisation, not quality) because people will whine but by not putting it out people are whining. A bad situation and I feel for them…on the other hand if they had just spent a little more time getting the actual game working on PS3 they might have saved themselves some trouble.

    Regardless of all that, Skyrim DLC woo!

  2. Q: Anyone ever had a shit taken on them?

    A: Yeah, every PS3 owner that has wanted to play a working Bethesda game on that system since 2006.

  3. Haha, sucks to be you PS3 users, who has the last laugh now?! On a serious note, this looks awesome, very excited, as a PC gamer I figured out last night, that, with an oblivion mod ported over, and a mod which is currently in production, we could have FOUR different provinces of Tamriel all joined and playable in the same game. Mind = blown.

  4. I gotta say, that’s pretty disappointing to hear that Dawnguard still isn’t even out for PS3. Bethesda is really shitting on us PS3 users with this.

  5. Not bothered by the delayed release for my PS3. Holding out and depriving myself of that immediate satisfaction of game time has pretty much become standard for my life. With exception to Mass Effect 3 DLC, of course. I prefer to rent my games and then buy them after their sequels come out (Black Ops, Black Ops 2/AC: Revelations, AC3/etc.).

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