Xbox 360 and PC owning Oblivion fans wondering how much that new Knights of the Nine expansion is going to end up setting them back can rest easy - it's only going to cost US$ 9.99, or 800 Microsoft points on Xbox.

That's because Oblivion developer Bethesda "still considers" the Knights of the Nine add-on "downloadable content" rather than a full expansion. That's despite it adding "another 10-20 hours of gameplay" in the words of Bethesda's Pete Hines.

Indeed, you can already read a few details and check out some screenshots on OblivionDownloads.com, where the PC version will be sold from 21st November, while Xbox 360 owners should keep an eye on Marketplace around then.

Knights of the Nine is of course bundled with the PlayStation 3 version, too, which launches alongside the console in the US on 17th November. There's also a boxed PC version due from co-publisher Ubisoft on 23rd November.

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