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Okay little boys and girls I got some info(very little info) on Skyrim DLC AND some more infoz! ENJOY THE CAKE!


(Taken from this article )



You won't have to pony up for horse armor again in Skyrim.

It might take you hundreds of hours to fully explore the massive world of upcoming role-playing game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but developer Bethesda plans to add even more. Todd Howard, the game's director and producer, told Wired.com that downloadable content for the RPG, to be released November 11 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, is already in the works.

Bethesda, Howard says, will follow the maxim of its previous game Fallout 3: less is more.

"Very quick DLC might sell well, but that's not our priority," he said Monday in a phone interview with Wired.com.

"We're not going to be doing a lot of it. Our high-level thinking is that there'll be not as many [pieces of DLC], but they'll be bigger and more substantial," he said. "The goal overall is not necessarily to put out more content, but to make the game better."

Bethesda was one of the first publishers to add substantial downloadable add-on content to its console games, when the very idea was fresh and untested. The company triggered some controversy with its 2006 game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion when it asked players to pay about $3 for a piece of virtual horse armor.

Okay, that won't happen again. But how substantial is "substantial"?

Howard says he doesn't know if the downloadable content will be limited to new levels, or if the developer might use it to overhaul the game's core features and mechanics, too.

"We could," he says. "We don't want to leave anything off the table."

What Howard is sure of is that we shouldn't expect to see this DLC anytime soon after launch, though we know that when it does launch, it will do so first on the Xbox 360.

"We'll start hitting on everything after vacation," Howard said. "We'll take a break [after the game launches], see what consumers think of the game, then see which direction we want to go."



So Yes.....unfortunally No Horse Armor first...only a well developed DLC with new weapons, new enemies, new armor, and a well designed side storyline that will actually give you delight when you play it ( Unlike other game DLC's where you only get only new maps and nothing else >_> )




Skyrim to Receive Day One Patch

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Bethesda are no strangers to critical success this decade, but that isn’t to say their products have been perfect. Whether it’s The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion or Fallout 3, their games tend to release with an array of bugs ranging from the weird and funny, to the downright frustrating. With a patch already in development for their upcoming and highly-anticipated title Skyrim, there’s a chance we might be seeing yet another buggy release from Bethesda.

Bethesda Softworks Community Manager, Nick Breckon, has confirmed on NeoGAF that a large patch is being developed for Skyrim prior to release. It will be numbered 1.1, and will release alongside the game this Friday on 11/11, leaving those who get it early with some potentially game-hampering issues.

Skyrim will run on what Bethesda have stated will be a new and improved engine. Its visuals have been nothing short of breathtaking and, while it looks like it will offer a lot more options for gameplay, it’s been impossible to tell if it’s as polished as many are hoping. Buggy or not, Skyrim is one of the biggest games of the year, and if the game post-patch is clear of major issues, then Bethesda have a shot at refining their image as not only one of the best RPG developers in the world, but a team that can push a well-polished experience into consumer hands.







Skyrim Midnight Release details

Unfortunally the page isnt working for me...sooo...Im just gonna link it



MIDNIGHT RELEASE ARTICLE LINK




Since Skyrim is 3 days away....Im going to ask you.....what will you do on 11/10/11?

I shall be watching the countdown on this wiki.....