Though no firm date has been set, Bethesda president Pete Hines broke the news onTwitter that Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn will all arrive on Sony's console next month after months and months of delays.
As way of an apology, all the PS3 DLC will be discounted by 50% for the first week that it's available, so be sure to snap it up fast if it's something you're interested in.
He also announced that Dragonborn will be making its way on PC on February 5, though no pricing has been announced at this stage.
We don't think we're alone in saying that this hopefully marks a welcome end to the saga that's been going on for over a year. While the first two DLC packs for Skyrim, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, were originally only supposed to enjoy 30 days of exclusivity on Xbox 360, technical issues meant that things panned out rather differently. PC owners were kept waiting for an extended period of time, while PS3 owners still haven't received either pack despite Bethesda saying it was working hard to fix the issue.
But now, it seems, the end is at last in sight, and the discount is a nice gesture even if it does last a fairly short time. But what do you guys think? Will you be picking up the expansions for a discounted price or is it just too little too late?