The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Dawnguard released for PC

PC gamers can now get their hands on the first official expansion pack for The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim. After launching on the Xbox 360 over a month ago, the DLC pack, Dawnguard, is now available to purchase via Steam.

The Steam page states shows a $19.99 price tag for Dawnguard, which has you taking on the Vampire Lord Harkon. Apparently, he wants to blot out the sun, which doesn't sound like a good thing at all. The expansion pack will also give the player the option of becoming a bad guy and turning into a Vampire Lord.

Bethesda Softworks has also announced that all of its games, along with all of the titles released by id Software, are on sale from now until Monday as part of QuakeCon 2012. It includes the special QuakeCon bundle which has over 40 games and expansion packs sold together for just $99.99. People who pre-order the upcoming game Dishonored during QuakeCon will receive Arx Fatalis for free and an additional discount on the QuakeCon bundle.

Finally, if you have yet to purchase Skyrim but don't want to buy the bundle, it's also on sale from now until Friday for 50 percent off its normal price on Steam.

Source: Steam website | Image via Bethesda Softworks

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Woof, just about every major gaming site has people in droves in an uproar over the price. I keep reading that $10 seems more appropriate, but I'm sure it will still sell well at $20.

Skyrim felt so small to me compared to Oblivion. Everyplace looks the same, ice and snow, and so many impassible mountains kind of funneled you into the roads. It also felt dumbed down in a lot of ways, like how the dungeons all have a secret exit that drops you right at the entrance. I loved Skyrim when it came out but I'm a bit tired of it now, while I'm still playing Oblivion after all these years.

I'm interested, but not excited. As much as I enjoyed Skyrim, it's in desperate need of a new engine, hell I'd love to play all of em again on UR4 or even something rivaling Two Worlds 2, which I thought was friggin beautiful. I played Skyrim 1.5 times, second time around I just got bored despite being a totally different character, replay just wasn't there for me, hope this can breath new life into it for a few hours.

20 Euros is too much. I would have paid 10 but from what I've seen there is not enough content that justifies so much money. After all I paid double the amount for the game itself and had hours and hours and hours of gameplay.