Skyrim DLC release dates on PS3 announced

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim's add-ons will launch this February on PlayStation 3: Dragonborn on Feb. 12, followed by Hearthfire Feb. 19 and Dawnguard Feb. 26, publisher Bethesda Softworks announced today.

Release dates in Europe are still to be determined, although Bethesda said it is "working with Sony Europe to finalize certification for other territories."

Bethesda said in mid-January that the three Skyrim add-ons would finally be available on PS3 in February, months after their respective launches on Xbox Live — Dawnguard was released in June, Hearthfire in September and Dragonborn in December.

Last month, Bethesda also said that Dragonborn will launch Feb. 5 on Windows PC, and that the v1.8 title update for Skyrim will be released on PS3 shortly before the launch of Dragonborn. In addition, each of the three expansions will be available at half price during its first week of release on PlayStation Network. Dragonborn and Dawnguard launched at a price of 1600 Microsoft Points ($20) each, while Hearthfire cost 400 Microsoft Points ($5).

Update: In Europe, Dragonborn will launch Feb. 13, Hearthfire will launch Feb. 20 and Dawnguard on Feb. 27, according to Bethesda's Pete Hines. Those expansions will all be in English — French, Italian, German and Spanish-language versions have yet to be dated.

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