Bethesda Softworks, creators of Fallout 3 have supplied a healthy dose of DLC since the critically acclaimed title released way back in the Halloween month of October, and this cinco de Mayo is again a day marked not only with tacos and enchiladas, but also Broken Steel.

No, Broken Steel is not the name of a new drink, or a taco topping, rather the third installment of DLC for the popular RPG that hit digital shelves today.

Available for 800 MS Points/$10, Broken Steel you play as the character you’ve so lovingly built as you work with the Brotherhood of Steel to destroy the Enclave for good! Hopefully.‚ ‚  Broken Steel also raises the level cap to a mighty 30, brings new weapons and the ability to revive your canine companion, and most interestingly extends the title to infinity and beyond removing any ending the title ever had.

Gamers take the good with the bad, and again, there is some bad to be had with Broken Steel.

According to Kotaku Bethesda has recognized the following error message PC Fallout fans have encountered and is promising a thorough and timely examination and ultimate fix of the issue.

“Not a cryptographic message or the cryptographic message is not formatted correctly. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8009200D)”

No complaints regarding the Xbox 360 version however and your download can be started here (even if you’re at work or school) via the Xbox Live web marketplace.‚  Happy hunting!

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3 Responses

  1. Flip

    Once again reproving what a heap of crap “Windows Live” is for us PC users


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