Many of the loyal PlayStation 3 and PC gamers who roam the lands of Skyrim felt a bit betrayed by developer Bethesda Games, after the studio didn’t announce the release date for vampire driven expansion pack “Dawnguard”. With Xbox 360 gamers already experiencing the expansion due to the 30-day exclusive deal Microsoft has with the developer, PlayStation 3 and PC users took to Twitter to seek answers about Dawnguard and the developer’s silence on the matter, with Bethesda’s Pete Hines responding to the angry mob.
A lot of speculation has surrounded the DLC, with many thinking it wont see a release on PlayStation 3 or PC at all. This led fans to barrage Hines with questions on his official Twitter account, with one fan asking , “Wait, so is there any particular reason why Dawnguard for PC/PS3 was cancelled? 360 version too buggy? Didn’t sell?” Which Hines replied, “Just sit tight. We’ll have info soon.” We don’t know if that is good news or bad, we could get a release date for the expansion or an announcement of its cancellation, we just have to keep our fingers crossed.
Hines was previously asked about the release of the DLC, but refused to be drawn into a media circus on the matter, with him saying,”We have not announced Dawnguard for any other platform, nor given a timeline for any such news. If we have news, I promise I’d tell you.” That might look grim to some, but with the recent Skyrim 1.7 Beta landing on Steam for PC users and expected to hit PlayStation 3 soon, Hines might have to give some new information to fans sooner rather than later.
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