Second Skyrim DLC could be smaller
The first Skyrim DLC is considered a pretty big one, not the biggest that Bethesda has given over the years but still Dawnguard is pretty impressive. However, we should not expect the second Skyrim DLC to be as big, as there are suggestions that it could be smaller. There are already rumors that this new content is being developed, but the developer has said no decision has been made as of yet.
Around a month ago a rumor began to circulate that a second Skyrim DLC was already in the making and that it would be called Hearthfire, and there’s proof in the video below that the same source said the very same thing regarding Dawnguard and that turned out to be true as well. We’re not saying we should believe the rumor, but it does make you wonder.
We know that a second expansion will come, but we wouldn’t expect a release until early 2013 at least going by how long it took the first one, then again the developers were slowed down with trying to rectify the number of issues they had with Skyrim – more so for the PS3 version.
Having said that if the next DLC is smaller then maybe Bethesda might release it for the holiday season and save the larger one for later next year? Some gamers will argue that there is no need for any more expansions anytime soon, and at 1,600 points a time they can stop doing them now.
However, there will be those who just don’t do enough exploring and find the world of Skyrim a little too repetitive and look forward to new quests that come with new DLC like Dawnguard.
Do you welcome new content or are you happy with Skyrim just as it is?