We now know that some Skyrim PS3 DLC is on the way, which some gamers hope is for Dawnguard finally coming to PS3, although a fair number of people would like all the downloadable content to finally arrive on the Sony platform. This means Skyrim Dragonborn as well along with Hearthfire on the PS3, but the facts for this DLC are still well and truly under wraps and no amount of digging on Twitter seems to be revealing those juicy details.
The tweet below had been made within the last couple of hours by Pete Hines, the well known Bethesda man that has recently made it clear that his Twitter account is for personal use as well, although this tweet is directed towards business and from a gamer that wants to know more about Skyrim DLC on the PS3. Dawnguard would be at the top of that wishlist for most people, but the recent confirmation of “content” arriving on the PS3 is pretty vague and could mean almost anything.
Constant pressure on Hines from PS3 gamers after Dawnguard – some people have gone to great lengths to get a reaction from Hines, although most never hear a direct word in relation to one of their tweets, but Mr. Liberacki in the above tweet just happened to be one of the lucky ones. After asking if they made their tweets more “insulting” would it help to get a response, directed at what the Skyrim PS3 DLC would be and when it would see a release, Hines answered that he had no information he “could share“.
It seems like someone else is directing Pete Hines over what he can, and cannot say, so it’s obvious that he can only share the information when the time is right. Take a look at the above tweet and leave a comment with what you make of it, although we can’t help but wonder how much power Hines has when it comes to choosing when to share information on Skyrim DLC for the PS3, PC, and Xbox 360?
Have you ever tried to ask Hines or Bethesda directly about the lack of Skyrim Dawnguard on the PS3? The flow of information and lack of communication is the only issue we have, which is shown perfectly from the recent tweet that states “new content” is coming to the PS3. Skyrim players worry that no mention of Dawnguard at that stage could mean some other content instead. You can read about the price some gamers are willing to pay for Skyrim Dawnguard on the PS3 in our earlier post, so feel free to take a look and to share a comment below with your expectations for the so-called new content on the way.
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