Shivering Isles confirmed for 360
Bethesda Softworks' first full expansion to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion set to arrive on the Xbox Live Marketplace; PC version to be sold in stores.
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Earlier this month, British PC mags broke the news on The Shivering Isles, Bethesda Softworks' first full expansion to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. However, being PC magazines, they didn't mention whether or not the add-on would be coming to the Xbox 360.
Nervous Xbox 360-owning Oblivion fans can rest a little easier, as Bethesda today confirmed that the game would be arriving this spring for both the PC and Xbox 360. The expansion will contain more than 30 hours of new gameplay with branching quest storylines, and the landscape itself will change according to the decisions players make during their adventures. There will also be new creatures, dungeons, and quests.
The PC edition of The Shivering Isles will only be available at retail outlets (copublished by Bethesda and Take-Two Interactive), while Xbox 360 owners will only be able to download it directly from Xbox Live Marketplace. Bethesda has yet to announce in which form the expansion would be made available to PlayStation 3 owners, if at all.