Skyrim’s Dragonborn DLC launches today on PC


By on February 6, 2013 at 1:27 pm

After a month-long period of exclusivity, Skyrim‘s Dragonborn DLC has now arrived on the PC. As we found when we reviewed it back in December, Dragonborn is a surprisingly large add-on that delivers an impressive new quest area and a story with more than a hint of tentacular Cthulhu-esque action.

Dragonborn takes you to the island of Solstheim off the coast of Morrowind, and as such you can expect to see a new twist on some familiar faces.

The new DLC is available on Green Man Gaming for $15.99 but appears to be currently out of stock, so if you need it immediately you can head over to Steam and pay $9 more to get it right now. Enjoy!

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I’m going to wait till the next steam sale and hopefully get all the Skyrim DLC discounted in one go.


Confuses me how a digital download can run out of stock, but on another point, can you freely travel back and forth between the new area and skyrim?



They are probably only supplied a certain number of keys.

Not sure if I’ll get this or not. I thoroughly enjoyed Dawnguard by Skyrim seems to have lost its shine for me, despite they hundred or so mods I have installed. It all feels kinda samey now. I think its mostly because my Vampire Lord save is completely broken. Takes me at least 2-3 minutes to transform to and from Vampire Lord form. I guess that’s what I get for expanding the game so much.



Retailer’s recieve keys from the Publisher, GreenManGaming being QUITE popular in the pc gaming crowd as being one of the cheapest places for alot of things these days likely ran out quite fast. Same way Amazon runs out of keys on their 1~2 hour Digital Flash sales at times (Steam redeemable Prototype 1+2+DLC $7 Pack a few months ago I managed to snag was up for like 45 mins)
Gamersgate rightly so running out of keys during their Bethesda Pricing Cock up.
And in extreme circumstances, though quite few and far between – Steam themselves have actually ran out of “keys” or licenses for a brief period at one point.


Seems like kind of an odd way to do it, but I suppose they’d only generate and add keys to their authentication servers every so often.


Awsome! def gonna get this one :D I still gotta get into the dawnguard DLC, been too busy doing other quests, might have to get onto it now lol


I bought the DLC through GreenManGaming and ended up getting an Dawnguard key, anyway got a refund and purchased on steam. Overall its a great addition to Skyrim but there are some bugs and problems with loading screens etc..

Still a worthy purchase

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