It is safe to say that Bethesda hasn’t given up on the release of Dawnguard on the PlayStation 3.
In their routine status Twitter update for the downloadable content pack, Bethesda’s Pete Hines expressed that the company is still “trying things” to fix the problems that the expansion is going through on the development terms.
“Not Cancelled,” said Hines in his tweet. “Still working on it. The process of ‘trying things’ just isn’t a quick one.”Interestingly, when asked if the PS3 customers would get any discount on the DLC, here’s what Pete has responded:
“I’d like to confirm it works and we can release it before I talk about anything like that”
Bethesda has kept PS3 Skrim owners waiting for a very long time due to the chaotic development progress for the console. The developer has addressed a number of problems with delivering a quality user experience on the PlayStation, and have admitted several times that it doesn’t meet their consistent standards, hence the long queue for the players.
The Dawnguard Expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the biggest expansion to date for the RPG. Expanding the story line of the game, Dawnguard has you choosing sides to battle for or against a Vampire threat in the world of Tamriel. Earlier, Bethesda also mentioned that Dawnguard on PS3 could affect upcoming DLC releases on the console.
If the situation keeps worsening, hopes are very little for the proud PS3 owners looking to get their play going on the second Skyrim add-on called “Hearthfire”.