Bethesda Softworks has made a slight change to the release schedule of Knights of the Nine, the upcoming expansion for Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The retail PC version (which includes all the DLC content updates currently released) will be sold in stores and run at $19.99. The Xbox360 version will be available through the Xbox Live Marketplace, will cost 800 points, and only includes the Knights of the Nine content. These two are slated to be released on November 21st. A retail Xbox360 update is not available at this time, but it is a possibility in the future.
The downloadable version for the PC containing only the Knights of the Nine content will be up for purchase at Oblivion Downloads 13 days later on December 4th for $9.99. All the updates will require the original Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion game to play.
Oblivion for the PlayStation 3 has been pushed back to early 2007, with no solid release date yet. The PS3 version will contain Knights of the Nine, as well as all the available content updates from DLC.