A Tweet from Bethesda has indicated that the developer may be close to solving the DLC problems on the PS3.
Bethesda, the developer behind last years The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Tweeted that they may be closer to fixing the latest problem in an infamous slew of them on the PS3. This time, it’s regarding the DLC not being able to run on the PlayStation 3.
To say that Skyrim has had problems on the PS3 would be understating it. The fact that it has stopped DLC coming to the console with PC and Xbox 360 versions only adds to the frustration accompanying the problems.
The previous DLC’s, Dawnguard and Hearthfire are already available with the third entry, Dragonborn coming soon for Xbox 360. With this news that the PS3 fixes could be close to completion, could this mean that the PS3 will also receive the recently announced special edition that currently has no platform date?
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