"It's Our Problem, And It’s On Us To Solve It"
Bethesda has spoken out to take full responsibility for the delay in bringing Skyrim DLC to the PS3, stating that inconsistent "performance" issues are still holding them back without using the platform as an excuse.
As usual, Bethesda's Pete Hines took to twitter to assure fans that the DLC is still in development for Sony's console. “We’re still on it," he tweeted . "Will share update when I have one.”
"The performance isn’t good enough in all cases", Hines elaborated when asked for the reason behind the hiatus. "For most folks, it’d be fine. For some, it wouldn’t be.”
After being virtually accosted by an irate PS3 player, the PR Guru also was willing to place the blame squarely on Bethesda themselves rather than the PS3 hardware. “We’ve never blamed anyone or anything. It’s our problem, and it’s on us to solve it."
We'll keep an eye on the situation, which is currently providing to be somewhat contentious in the darker corners of the internet.
If you're one of these angry goons who are shouting about boycotts to anyone stupid enough to listen, just remember that neither Dawnguard nor Hearthfire are worth buying in the first place... and would you prefer broken DLC or no DLC whatsoever? Chill out, folks - apparently Skyrim is quite a big game on its own.