Well, "a little more info" is better than nothing. And it's soon, too, so that should appease the fans.
Ever since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim launched to widespread critical acclaim last November, Bethesda hasn't been forthcoming about any add-on content. Of course, the game is so freakin' massive, I'm not sure it even needs more content. But it's a new generation, I guess.
Anyway, Bethesda vice president of PR and marketing Pete Hines updated his Twitter page with the following:
"I am working on getting a little more info out on Skyrim/DLC. Maybe next week? We'll see. Also trying to confirm Kinect release date."
Before the title hit store shelves, the publisher was clear about one thing: It would have fewer but meatier expansion packs. Therefore, whatever it is they plan to announce, expect a substantial and worthwhile piece of DLC. But PlayStation 3 owners have to remember that Microsoft has the Skyrim DLC exclusive for one month; it's not exactly shocking but it can be annoying for owners of Sony's machine.
So hopefully, Bethesda will announce the long-awaited DLC next week and everyone can just keep playing one of the biggest games in existence.
Related Game(s): The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim