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While there apparently won't be anymore new Skyrim DLC to sink your teeth into, you shouldn't fret! Because there's still those three other DLC packs for you to extend your game's life with. What's that? They're too costly for you to consider purchasing them? Well not anymore. Gamestop is running a sale where all of Skyrim's PC DLC is 50% off. Dragonborn and Dawnguard are both only $9.99 each while the Hearthfire add-on pack is a measly $2.50! Of course the downside is that you have to download Gamestop's less than stellar download app, but since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a Steamworks game, you should be able to enter your serial code into Steam to redeem your content on a platform you actually use without issue. You can view the entire sale page at the link below. Skyrim Sale
John Kidman posted a article in SonyIf you are playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the Xbox 360 and PC, chances are you have already experienced some of Bethesda's newer content. Dawnguard and Hearthfire may be old news for most gamers, but the hunger is growing for those playing Skyrim on the Playstation 3. Unfortunately, Bethesda created a proverbial carrot-on-a-stick situation with this older downloadable content. Bethesda discussed in a recent blog post that Playstation 3 owners will now be waiting even longer on Skyrim's first two downloadable content packs. The company decided to place its current work on hold in order to focus all of its effort on bringing Dragonborn, Skyrim's first true expansion, to the Playstation 3 and PC in the early months of 2013. Why, you ask? The developers felt that this expansion is the better experience for the user and hopes to eliminate another untimely delay. No definitive date has been offered for Dragonborn, but Bethesda made it abundantly clear that Dawnguard and Hearthfire will not be worked on before Dragonborn's release. Patience may be a virtue, but how long are Playstation 3 owners willing to wait before throwing in the towel on Dawnguard and Hearthfire... or on Skyrim itself?