Saturday, November 29, 2008

Fallout 3 Downloadable Content Announced

Earlier this week, Bethesda Softworks announced the first downloadable content for Fallout 3 will be released for the Xbox 360 and Games for Windows via the Xbox LIVE Marketplace and Games for Windows LIVE in January.

Entitled Operation: Anchorage, you will be able to enter a military simulator to fight in some of the greatest battles from the Fallout universe.

In addition to Operation: Anchorage, two additional downloadable content packs have been announced: The Pitt and Broken Steel, which will be released in February and March respectively.

In The Pitt, you will be able to journey to an industrial raider town in the remains of Pittsburgh, and in Broken Steel, you'll be able to join the Brotherhood of Steel and hunt down the remnants of the Enclave.

To date, not content has been officially announced for the PlayStation 3 version of Fallout 3, and no prices for the content has been revealed.

For full details, check out the press release right here.


Telly said...

Hmm, We will be very interested to see how much MS/Bethesda charge for this stuff, as they sound like solid concepts for DLC.

-The Staff

Juxtapose said...

That's what scares me. The better the concept, the more overpriced it tends to be.