PC gamers can now sink their teeth into Dawnguard
Sound the trombones, at QuakeCon 2012 it was announced that Dawnguard, the first DLC for Skyrim, has finally made its way onto PC.
Dawnguard first came to be over a month ago, releasing solely on Xbox 360 on 26th June, facing what looked like indefinite postponements for both PlayStation 3 and PC. Computer gamers need wait no longer, giving gamers the choice of joining the Dawnguard stopping Vampire Lord Harkon in his tracks, or sodding that and opting to drink blood like it was cheap supermarket wine.
Harkon’s got this mad idea that getting the Elder Scrolls will grant him the power to end the sun for all time, although I’m not too sure how that would play out for all life, ever and the Vampire ecosystem as a whole.
English, German, French, Spanish and Italian versions of Dawnguard are now on Steam for £13.99/€18.99/$19.99