Bethesda is preparing some DLC for the popular game; The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. All we know about it is that it’ll be coming to the Xbox 360 first, this summer. More after the break.

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On the official Bethesda Blog, the game maker says Dawnguard is coming this summer to the Xbox 360, with further details promised at E3 2012. Outside of the first artwork for the game, BethSoft doesn’t say much more.

The company has said in the past that we should expect DLC that’s more like expansion packs than like Oblivion’s infamous horse armor. Skyrim creative lead Todd Howard has intimated that meatier and fewer paid add-ons are coming to the newest Elder Scrolls game.

At this year’s DICE Summit, Howard showcased a long list of potential add-ons and mods coming to Skyrim, all borne of an experimental “game jam.” One of those, Kinect-powered shouts and voice commands, ships today for the Xbox 360 version.

Looks like we’ll have to wait till E3 to find out.