The folks behind Skyrim say they're off to the next adventure, which could very well mean there's no more content planned for Bethesda's massive role-playing game.
Skyrim DLC is coming to PS3: Dragonborn on February 12, Hearthfire on February 19, and Dawnguard on February 26.
If the Video Game Awards are actually an awards show, and not just a keynote for promoting upcoming games, then the big news from last night was The Walking Dead: The Game. Eminently quotable analyst Michael Pachter said before the show that if this title, a downloadable self-published game, took home Game of the…
Unnecessary Censorship never fails to make me laugh.
Like many PC-owning Skyrim players, I spent the last month silently berating Xbox owners who got to play the game's first add-on, the Vampire-laden Dawnguard, before I did. And now that it's been released on Steam, I spent a good chunk of the last weekend finally playing it.
Skyrim's Dawnguard downloadable content is out on Steam right now, Bethesda's Pete Hines announced at QuakeCon today. You can buy it for $19.99.
Wondering when you can get Skyrim's downloadable content Dawnguard for your PlayStation 3 or PC? So is Bethesda.
I had very high expectations for Skyrim: Dawnguard.
Skyrim's first piece of DLC came out yesterday, and with it came a deluge of cool new videos to show off all of the cool new content.
Today marked the release of the first piece of downloadable content for Bethesda's world-crushing RPG Skyrim. It's called Dawnguard, and as you may have heard… bats are involved.
Here's some video footage we just captured of Skyrim's first DLC, Dawnguard, which I've been playing today.
Crossbows, mysterious pale women, and a castle packed with nasty vampires: although the first few hours of Skyrim's first downloadable content start off a little slow, they've got some awesome things to offer—and they hint at even more to come.
This is Skyrim's first piece of downloadable content, Dawnguard, which comes out tomorrow for Xbox 360. I loaded it up for the first time about half an hour ago. Headed to the first new area, Fort Dawnguard.
Skyrim's vast, lush world is a wonderful thing made all the more remarkable by the fact that it continues to grow and expand, constantly changing in unexpected ways. This is not only due to the downloadable content that Bethesda has planned for the game (the first one, Dawnguard, looks pretty terrific). Skyrim keeps…
Yesterday at E3, I spent some time playing Skyrim's first big downloadable add-on, Dawnguard. Between my time with the game and my subsequent conversation with game director Todd Howard, I came away with the firm notion that Dawnguard is less a mere additional faction questline and more a full, proper expansion.
If you were excited about Dawnguard, Skyrim's first piece of DLC, before, wait until you see it in action. The video shows you the vampire lord transformation and a ton of the skills that come with it, including summoning a gargoyle, using "vampiric grip" to lift enemies in the air, melee attacks and shooting energy…
Skyrim's Dawnguard expansion pack will be out for Xbox 360 on June 26. That's the plan, anyway, Bethesda's Todd Howard said today. Ya never know. [Joystiq]
If this new perk screen is any indication, vampires will play much differently than the other races and classes in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Let the feeding begin.
Players of the Xbox 360 version of Skyrim can now sign up for the beta for Dawnguard, the terrific-looking, demonic first expansion for Skyrim.