Sony is working closely with Bethesda to resolve The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's DLC problems on the PlayStation 3.
Sony is working closely with Bethesda to resolve The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's DLC problems on the PlayStation 3, reports Kotaku. The site spoke with Sony VP Adam Boyes, who handles the company's publisher relations.
"We work with all of our partners to try and solve their problems," Boyes told Kotaku. "We have a big, broad dev support team that works closely with Bethesda—and all of our partners—to work with them to solve any sort of issues they have along the way."
"Of course, I always want everything to work always for everyone. I can't promise any kind of resolution or timeline but can say that everyone is trying their best to get this stuff working."
Bethesda has declined to discuss the specifics with Polygon.
Polygon recently reported on Bethesda's problems with the "Dawnguard" expansion, which is not yet available for the PlayStation 3 due to development issues. Skyrim's second expansion, "Hearthfire," released on September 4th for Xbox 360 and is also still missing a PlayStation 3 and PC release date. "Hearthfire" adds a Sim-like element to the game by allowing players to create homes and adopt children.
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