Skyrim's three DLC packs are finally due to release on PlayStation 3 next month - eight months after the first pack launched on Xbox 360.
Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawnguard will each go on sale in February (exact date still to be confirmed), with each add-on having 50 per cent slashed off its price during launch week.
Title update 1.8 will also release just prior to the launch of Dragonborn, although details of the fixes and tweaks included in the patch have yet to be revealed.
Back in August, a PS3 release for Skyrim's DLC seemed uncertain after Bethesda admitted that it had faced "complex" issues when trying to port the content over to the console.
At the time, Bethesda said that it was "not a problem we're positive we can solve, but we are working together with Sony to try to bring you this content".
It's assumed that the problem could be related to the lag issue found in the original PS3 release of Skyrim. The issue was fixed in a later title update.
Source: PlayStation Blog