Reports are flying in like the dragons in Skyrim claiming that the highly sought after DLC is coming to platforms other than Xbox 360, well it seems the VP of PR and Marketing at Bethesda had something to say in his Twitter account about it.
Pete Hines tweeted today that Bethesda has never announced Dawnguard “for any other platform, nor given a timeline for any such news” while adding that “sometimes it’s better to say nothing until you can provide solid info than say something before you can.”
Dawnguard was officially released for Xbox 360 on June 26, and as was the case with past downloadable content from Bethesda, gamers should have been expecting at least a month delay before they could see release on other platforms such as PS3 and PC.
Around the same time of the tweet, Hines followed up with a reply on his Twitter account to say that he was not saying that the DLC would never come to other machines, just that there would be no such news to be informed as of today.
Well, Hines probably had an off-day at work and was trying to play with the fans who are eager to get their hands on the recently released DLC. If you look at some of the replies to Hines’ tweet, it’s obvious that he did, whether intentional or not, manage to cause a little chaos among the faithful legion of Skyrim supporters.