There’s been a lot of back and forth talk about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The latest piece of DLC for the game, Dawnguard, just released on PC after getting its exclusive launch on Xbox 360. PS3 players are being left out in the dark for right now until Bethesda can clean up the content to work well on the console, which has many PS3 owners seeing red. While I don’t have news on the release of Dawnguard for PS3 players, I do have some news about the 1.7 update: it will be hitting consoles this week. Well, that’s what Bethesda “expects” anyway.
The update includes a large number of bug fixes, tweaks “general memory and stability optimizations,” and fixes dragon shouts in French, German, Italian, and Spanish for the Xbox 360 version. It should be quite a sizeable update, and should implement the right fixes to get the game back to running smooth.
Unfortunately there’s still no news on PS3’s Dawnguard. Right now Bethesda is simply unsatisfied with the way it’s running, and they won’t release it until they are pleased. For right now I guess PS3 owners need to find a friend with a PC or 360 and watch the vampire goodness until things get placed in order. Or you could just wait.