"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" has been one of the most successful games of the last couple of years, and it looks like those PC players who are still enthralled with that world can start to prepare themselves for more additional content.
According to a report from SlashGear yesterday, the highly talked about and played new DLC called "Dragonborn" is now available for pre-order purchase on Steam for all PC gamers.
People can get their hands on this piece of DLC about a week from now, but they can pay for the content in advance, so when it releases, they can get to playing it right away.
For people who are curious about any pre-order bonuses that may be associated with the pre-purchase, there is no additional benefit given, other than not having to pay for it once it is released.
The "Dragonborn" DLC will cost players about $19.99, which while that may seem expensive to some, players on the Xbox 360 have had nothing but rave reviews for it.
IGN's official description for this DLC starts by saying, "The plot of Dragonborn involves unraveling the mystery behind an attack on the Dragonborn's life that leads to the mysterious island of Solstheim, an island in the realm of Morrowind.
"A strange cult seeks to bring about the return of a former Dragon Priest and previous ruler of the island. Wheras the Dragon Priests of Skyrim served their dragon masters, this particular individual rebelled against the dragons and is revealed to be the first to possess the dragon's blood, and was able to absorb a dragon's soul, making him the first of the Dragonborn.
"In addition, this DLC features many new quests, characters, armor, weapons, items, and shouts, including the ability to tame and ride a dragon."
What have you thought about the DLC thus far, for those who have played it?