Third Skyrim DLC ideas, PS3 support just crazy
When it comes to ideas about a third Skyrim DLC many fans of the game and those who have had the chance to experience both Dawnguard and Hearthfire will welcome this news, although those PS3 owners out there will be less inclined to read on. By looking at some comments on various forums, we get the impression that a third DLC will be the largest yet, and different notions are discussed about what should be involved.
With both DLCs still yet to embrace the PlayStation 3, news of a third one seems absurd and maybe a fourth should be made just to compensate PS3 owners, which they could call Disheartened. On Skyrim Forums, some hope this new add-on will be more about options to join more factions, with maybe the ability to play as Falmer with the chance to eat the Daedra Heart and heal your afflictions. Other ideas range from a DLC where you take out the Thalmor using the Stormcloak or the Imperial army turning it into an epic battle that continues for months.
On The Shadowed Mare, thoughts refer to the Dwemer and the opportunity to open up other realms of Oblivion, along with ideas relating to a bigger Imperial City. Questions have been asked about whether a Cyrodiil expansion would make the whole province considering how long it took to make the actual game, which is as big as Cyrodiil giving cause to disregard a DLC that large. There has been a suggestion that the new content will support the PS3, which sounds crazy considering PS3 fans might never get the first DLC.
In other related news Now Gamer reports on ideas for possible Unreal reboot and Epic Games’ design director, Cliff Bleszinski would like to see it in a similar style to Skyrim. If the IP ever gets rebooted he feels that his love for Bethesda and Skyrim has given him reason to contemplate how a reboot of Unreal would fair as what he calls more “SciFi-Rim” with exploration being a focal part along with shooting.
A couple of days ago we wrote about a lack of PS3 Dawnguard information and transparency regarding the support, and many PlayStation 3 owners are stressing their dissatisfaction with the whole scenario. The lack of information has amounted to a rise in negativity towards Bethesda, and a bit of common courtesy from them would go a long way. With that in mind, our previous post spoke about Hearthfire concerns following Bethesda’s claim that PS3 owners may not even see Dawnguard, giving us the impression that neither DLC will end up on the Sony console. Other than the expectation of some form of compensation, are you a PlayStation 3 owner that has given up hope of any Skyrim DLC?