After an intense few days last week, Bethesda has delivered an update for the popular Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

The patch version 1.7 has hit Steam and the publisher says that it has been submitted to console manufacturers this week for approval.

The Dawnguard DLC raised some annoyance among fans lastweek as the 30-day exclusivity deal with Microsoft Xbox 360 had come to a close. The assumption was that the update would be avalible sooner rather than later, however Bethesda’s Pete Hines has Tweeted that news on the DLC should be announced this week;

“Nothing has been said/announced about it. We should have info later this week.”

You can check out Skyrim fans’ reaction to last week’s non-announcement here, and our review of Dawnguard by following this link.

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