Modders and fans-alike have stepped up to the challenge of re-creating the Morrowind province, which is the location set of the third Elder Scrolls game, Morrowind, by using Skyrim‘s game engine and graphics.
Bethesda have run into a technical problem regarding Dawnguard, specifically, the PlayStation 3 version of the title which may result in it never seeing the, excuse the pun, light of day for PS3 owners.
Hearthfire, Skyrim’s newest downloadable content, will be arriving September 4th for Xbox 360, and will allow you to build your own home and move in with your wife/husband and adopt a child.
Dawnguard is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim‘s first downloadable content (DLC) release. Originally released on Xbox 360 for an exclusive time period of a little over one month, until it eventually founds its way onto Steam Workshop for Windows users. As of this review, there is no official word yet for the PlayStation 3 release.
Dawnguard seamlessly integrates itself into the world of Skyrim for players of level ten and over. Adventurers can expect to explore new landmass, dungeons, slay new foes, collect and forge new items (including crossbows!), hire armoured trolls for battle, or become a vampire and have the power to become a legendary vampire lord. With this in mind, Bethesda’s Todd Howard promises fans a ten to twenty hour play-time with this new content, but is it worth your buck? Read more for the spoils. Continue reading