Those of you who bought Skyrim on PlayStation 3 can finally breathe a hearty sigh of relief. The much-beleaguered DLC from Bethesda’s open-world fantasy RPG has finally overcome its technical pitfalls. Bethesda is bringing all of Skyrim’s DLC content—Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn—to the PlayStation Network in February.
Further, as something of an apology for how long the process of porting them over took, they will be offered at a 50 percent discount for the first week after their release. Bethesda may not be able to return the time you could have been spending exploring Solstheim or building a house and raising a family, but saving you some money certainly comes in a close second.
Though the DLC has been confirmed for a February release, specific dates for each of the content packs have not been nailed down. Though, it was noted that the release will correspond with the 1.8 title update for Skyrim.
Source: PlayStation Blog