Skyrim's Dragonborn, Hearthfire, Dawnguard DLC coming to PS3 in February, half price for first week

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim's three add-ons, Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, will finally be available on PlayStation 3 in February, publisher Bethesda Softworks announced today.

Dragonborn, the newest add-on, will launch first. It will be followed by the second piece of content, Hearthfire, and then the first Skyrim DLC, Dawnguard. Bethesda did not announce concrete release dates, but each of the three add-ons will be sold at half price during its first week of availability in the PlayStation Store. According to the company, the v1.8 title update will be released "just prior to Dragonborn."

Bethesda also announced that Dragonborn, which launched Dec. 4 on Xbox Live for 1600 Microsoft Points ($20), will be available Feb. 5 on Windows PC.

Bethesda said last month that it was aiming to release the Skyrim DLC on PS3 in "early 2013." The game's developers have had trouble getting the content to work properly on the platform, although Pete Hines, Bethesda's vice president of marketing, refused to blame Sony, saying, "It's our problem, and it's on us to solve it."

Dawnguard originally launched on Xbox Live in June for 1600 Microsoft Points ($20), and Hearthfire was released in September for 400 Microsoft Points ($5).

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