Next year Bethesda will begin releasing downloadable content for their role-playing game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Game director Todd Howard isn't ready to divulge details yet but says that the downloadable content will "have a lot of meat."

Howard told Joystiq that they want the DLC to "make the game better, not just have more, because the game is so big." They plan to release multiple DLC packs, just as they've done with previous games.

"[We] don't have a timetable. They won't be quick, and they'll have a lot of meat on them," said Howard.

Howard said previously that Bethesda will release only a small number of DLC packs. However, each will be "substantial." It sounds like they're aiming to make expansion packs.

Skyrim was a big winner at this weekend's Spike Video Game Awards. It nabbed Game of the Year and Role-playing Game of the Year honors. To learn why, check out our review.

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