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You’ve probably seen all Skyrim has to offer. No? Not even close? OK, us neither. But the world is about to get a lot bigger anyway thanks to Dawnguard.

The first downloadable add-on for the game introduces a new enemy: vampire Lord Harkon who’s returned to power with lofty ambitions – he wants to destroy the sun. You have two options: stop him or become a vampire lord yourself. There are also new enemies, such as death hounds and gargoyles (above), new perks, new locations and the added ability to fight while on horseback. So, if you still haven’t sorted out that business with the dragons from the main game, you might want to get cracking.

Dawnguard is released this summer on Xbox 360

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