"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" has been one of the most popular titles over the past two years, but one thing that has been a constant distraction for the community and its developer, has been the consistent inability to port new DLC content over to the PlayStation 3.
According to a report from Bethblog on Friday, that trend is about to end with the specific release dates for three of "Skyrim's" DLCs.
Bethesda announced with excitement the news and also wanted to remind PS3 gamers of the discount they can get during the first week.
"Let the official countdown to Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire on PS3 begin.
"This week Dragonborn, Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and the 1.8 title update have all cleared certification with SCEA. As we speak, we’re working with Sony Europe to finalize certification for other territories.
"What does this mean? It means we now have the official release dates for Skyrim add on content in North America.
"Don’t forget: all three add-ons will be marked down to 50% during their first week of release. As soon as we have final dates for Europe, we will post an update here. Stay tuned," Bethesda said.
The dates are as follows: Dragonborn releases Tuesday, February, 12, Hearthfire releases Tuesday, February, 19 and Dawnguard releases Tuesday, February, 26.
Are you excited for this or are you still bitter about how long its taken for this to happen?
You can also check out a preview video for "The Elder Scrolls VI." It's freaking awesome!