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Published on November 7th, 2011 | by Nick


Skyrim DLC will be “substantial”

Even though we’re in the home stretch for Skyrim, the topic of DLC is being thrown around. Game director Todd Howard has already confirmed that its already in the works.

Howard also noted that the DLC will be somewhat infrequent, but “bigger and more substantial.” At this point in time, the term “substantial” is open for interpretation. The DLC is still in development and Howard cannot say if it will contain new levels, skills, or any other content.

Not much detail has been said, but I would be surprised if we see the first DLC hit virtual stores within six weeks of the games release. My guess is the first few weeks will be spent patching up any unwanted bugs and glitches. Regardless, and DLC that adds onto the Skyrim experience should be fantastic, considering Bethesda’s DLC track record.

To see the full article, check out wired.com’s coverage

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6 Responses to Skyrim DLC will be “substantial”

  1. Calami7y says:

    I remember Todd Howard in an interview a few months back stating: the DLC content would be along the lines of Point Lookout from Fallout 3. Which I am all for, a whole new area that you can easily sink 5-10 hours into would be fantastic, and it was only 10 bucks.

  2. aSneakyTeapot says:

    I totally trust Bethesda with DLC, if Fallout is anything to go by it will definitely be worth the purchase.

  3. blairtron says:

    I hope there’s DLC (or a mod) that gives everyone enormous throbbing dongs.

  4. MrMattyMouse MrMattyMouse says:

    Their adding incest. So you can have incestuous, homosexual bropiles.

  5. Senones says:

    Horse Armor 2.0

    You’re horses now come with tassles. Now that’s substantial.



Nick Fenton was forged in the fires of Mount Doom in 1876. At age 14 he was traded to a tribe in the tundra of Minnesota for fur pelts. He is only captivated by instagram photos and dinosaur facts. When it comes to video games, there are none more mediocre. See him on the internet with 10 million MySpace and 10 million YouTube.

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