Bethesda's Todd Howard says Skyrim's "Dawnguard" DLC is tentatively scheduled for June 26.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is preparing its Dawnguard downloadable content, and it may be coming sooner than expected. On the Xbox 360, at least, the content is tentatively scheduled for late June, which means PC and PS3 players would have to wait until at least late July.
"Tentatively, it's coming on June 26," Bethesda's Todd Howard told Joystiq. He says that will rely on everything running smoothly, which the company will no doubt gauge with its recently announced beta. The Skyrim expansions have a 30-day exclusivity deal with Microsoft, so the June date only applies to that system.
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Yes this... Windows is also a MS platform. They shouldn't give a shit, leave Sony out in the cold!