Dawnguard, the first DLC pack for Skyrim, still hasn't been confirmed for the PlayStation 3 or PC versions of the game and Bethesda's got nothing to say on the matter for now. Pete Hines, the company's VP of marketing, revealed as much in a Twitter update. "We have not announced Dawnguard for any other platform, nor given a timeline for any such news," he wrote. "If we have news, I promise I'd tell you."
Bethesda confirmed that the first two pieces of Skyrim DLC would be timed exclusives on Xbox 360 back when the game first launched in November, 2011. The statement specifically read: "30 days before you find it anywhere else, the first two content drops for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be available exclusively on Xbox LIVE." With Dawnguard having arrived on June 26, 2012, today marks day 31 since it was released and now gamers are starting to ask questions.
The moral of this story? Be careful with how you word timing in a press release. There's little doubt that Dawnguard will come to PS3/PC platforms at some point, but that original 30 day promise is causing all sorts of trouble now.