Just half of 1% of Skyrim Dawnguard beta applicants were granted access to the Skyrim Dawnguard Xbox 360 beta.
75% of the total invites were sent out yesterday, Bethesda Game Studios revealed via a tweet. The remaining few will be sent out sometime today.
Dawnguard is the first chunk of DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It tasks players with the decision of becoming vampire or Dawnguard, a network of vampire-hunters.
"We had a TON of people apply," Bethesda marketing chief Pete Hines tweeted. "Thanks to everyone willing to help out. We look fwd to feedback from those that get emails today/tomorrow."
Also in Dovahkiin news today: Steam users now have access to patch 1.6, the one that gives you horsey combat. It’s already out on the Xbox 360. No news of the PS£ patch yet.