Bethesda mouth Pete Hines has said Oblivion expansion Shivering Isles will available to download for PS3 soon.
Word came by way of the company blog, where Hines revealed US gamers will be able to get their hands on SI next Thursday.
Us foreign types may have to wait, however, as Hines cannot offer any confirmation on a European or Australian date just yet.
There is also no indication of how much it will cost. You may remember the 360 version asked for a substantial 2400 Points (GBP 20.40 / EUR 27.91) back in March.
You can, of course, get your PS3 mitts on Shivering Isles buy buying the Game of the Year Edition in December, which also contains mini-expansion Knights of the Nine.
Shivering Isles lets you travel to the realm of Daedric Prince Sheogorath, who is as mad as a hatter. Here you will embark on all sorts of wacky quests as you plough through around 30 hours of new content and gather up new spells, items, armour, ingredients and more.
One for those of you who persisted with Oblivion, then; plenty more of the same to do in even more beautiful areas. But it does nothing to soothe those of you who complained about its mechanics, levelling system and often repetitive questing. Perhaps best avoided if you fall into that camp.
Pop over to our Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles review to find out more.