This morning Bethesda announced the next piece of DLC making it's way to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This DLC, coming December 4th to the Xbox 360, is entitled Dragonborn and judging by the trailer the story revolves around the very first Dragonborn. So you can expect new locations, enemies and much more with this DLC. Stay tuned for more information as it become available.
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