(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Skyrim fans are surely anticipating new DLCs (downloadable content) for the popular Elder Scrolls V; especially the highly rumored “Redguard,” but such additions to the game take time.
Bethesda VP Peter Hines recently talked about how his company goes about launching updates in an interview with OXM.
“It takes a long time to make a Dawnguard or a Dragonborn – it’s not the kind of stuff you can just turn around in two weeks or three weeks. it’s not that we’re trying to put it out much later, we’re willing to do it later, we’re willing to continue to support it because we continue to believe there’s a demand and an interest in that kind of stuff. We’re not stalling for stalling’s sake,” Hines commented.
Meanwhile, Bethesda appears to have big plans already geared towards later in 2013. Hines noted the company would make “considerably more noise” this year, according to the report.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was initially launched in November of 2011. The title is an action RPG available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows.