Along with the announcement Friday that all "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" DLC would be released to the Playstation 3 in February, Bethesda also revealed the release date for the "Dragonborn" expansion to the PC.
"Skyrim: Dragonborn" for the PC will be released on Tuesday, Feb. 5 on Steam for $20. The English, French, Italian, Spanish and German versions will all be available according to Bethesda.
The Xbox 360 received "Dragonborn" last December and was expected to be released on the PC in January. Work on getting DLC out for the PS3 may have caused the PC version to be released a little later though.
Players can expect more than 30 hours of additional playtime with Skyrim thanks to the Dragonborn expansion along with the ability to ride dragons and new armor such as the Bomemold, Chitin, Nordic and Stalhrim armors. There will be plenty of new enemies to encounter as well beyond your fellow Dragonborn as Seekers, Ash Spawn and Werebears all wait for your encounter. There's also a certain high-level Ebony Warrior for the daring.