After revealing at the end of last week when the Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard expansions are going to be released for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the PS3 in North America, Bethesda has just posted the release dates for the expansions in Europe.
Skyrim on the PlayStation 3 wasn't exactly the greatest experience as quite a lot of issues resulted in problems for owners of the Sony console and the Bethesda game.
After plenty of updates, those problems were gone and the developer was able to release new content that, unfortunately, could only appear on the Xbox 360 and PC, as technical problems prevented its arrival on the PS3.
We already heard about the North American release dates last week and now the European dates for the English versions of the three DLCs have been revealed.
As such, Dragonborn is out on February 13, Hearthfire arrives on February 20, and Dawnguard reaches the console on February 27.
As of yet, Bethesda doesn't know when the French, Italian, German, or Spanish versions of the add-ons will be released.