It’s been a while since we last heard about Bethesda’s so called close partnership with Sony in order to bring Dawnguard add-on to the PlayStation 3 Skyrim owners.
As time passes, there hasn’t been any clear indication that the company’s partnership making it anywhere closer to the release as Xbox 360 enjoying their Hearthfire release.
Bethesda’s VP of PR, Pete Hines, revealed that the their team may be seeing problems that include upcoming DLC releases for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. A lot of questions has been popping up directed to Hines continuously since Bethesda “quality concerns” reasoning with Dawnguard on the PS3 and their move to hold back the expansion.
Not long time ago, Hines was questioned if the complications were an issue of “backwards compatibility or compatibility with more DLC on the platform”, at which he respond:
“It’s a matter of how it (Skyrim Dawnguard on PS3) works on its own. Other DLC does complicate things.” From what it sounds like, there are no “quick fixes” for the problems on the PlayStation 3 version of Skyrim and the Dawnguard DLC. Another week has gone by, and Bethesda is holding to its previous sentiments.
“We are gonna keep trying to get it to work,” said Hines. “We haven’t given up yet!”