If the technical issues of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PlayStation 3 didn't phase you, that version's absent downloadable content likely did. After a whole lot of waiting on our part, Bethesda has announced that PS3 players will get title update 1.8 and Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard in February. To lessen the sting a bit, the content will be half price during each individual launch week.
Additionally, Bethesda has nailed down the Steam release date for Dragonborn: Tuesday, February 5. As much as I have personally moved on from Skyrim, I recognize it as one of those games that some people stick with for years. From that perspective, it's nice that players can finally get closure.
Skyrim Add-Ons Land on PS3 in February, 50% off for One Week [PlayStation Blog]
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