Sony has a two piece in today’s news feed for us. So let’s get to it.
After quite some time it finally has happened. Bethesda has confirmed that all three pieces of DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will finally be released for PlayStation 3 next month. There has been no specific dates announced for all three packs- DawnGuard, HearthFire, and Dragonborn except that they will be out by the end of February. On top of that all three will be available at 50 percent discount during it’s first week of release.
I am sure you all remember Bethesda having a ton of grief on account of not being able to release the packs due to complications with performance issues. Most fans had given up on ever receiving the packs all together. Now after some time the wait will be over.
The second piece of PlayStation News is that Sony is set to bring an end to the traditional Dualshock controller with the PlayStation 4. According to a senior games studio source Sony is said to be experimenting with versions of the PlayStation 4 controller which include biometric sensors on the grips and an LCD touch screen, and that the controller has gone through numerous changes that do not resemble the famous Dualshock controller.
Secondary sources claim that Sony is trying to emulate the interface that the PS Vita has. I am sure that whatever controller is coming down the pipe that the console will have a backward compatibility for previous PS3 controllers.