Skyrim content that has been available for the Xbox 360 but delayed for the PlayStation 3 for months might soon be on its way, according to a tweet Skyrim developer Bethesda sent out today.
The company tweeted: "To update, we're also close on new Skyrim content for PS3 and PC" and "Thanks to all our fans. We think you'll love the new stuff. We know it takes us time and thanks for all your support and patience!"
Skyrim downloadable content has been absent from the PlayStation 3 despite two pieces of DLC being released for the Xbox 360 version and a third announced for the Microsoft console due this December. Sony vice president Adam Boyes said in September that the company was working with Bethesda to try to resolve problems arising from the console's resource-intensive system.
Skyrim DLC Dawnguard was released on Xbox 360 in June and PC in August, and the game's second expansion, Hearthfire, released in September for Xbox 360 but was absent from both the PlayStation 3 and PC. The next piece of DLC, Dragonborn, will release for Xbox 360 on Dec. 4. No release date has been set for PlayStation 3 or PC.
We have reached out to Bethesda for comment.
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