Bethesda happily announced plans today for Fallout 3 DLC on Playstation 3 as well as two brand new multi-platform expansions due out later this year.

No Sony fans, Bethesda did not forget you and your love of Fallout 3, they just had to wait until the right time to show that love…er something like that.

Operation Anchorage will release via the PlayStation Store next month in June followed by The Pitt and Broken Steel 4-6 weeks apart. ‚ ‚ As always, nothing is set in stone and Bethesda promises forthcoming details of the more solid nature.

Furthermore, Bethesda continues their barrage of DLC with Point Lookout and Mothership Zata arriving in late June and July respectively and exclusively for PC and Xbox 360 with the PS3 version inbound after all three previously unavailable packs become available.

All DLC opportunities are priced at $9.99/800 MS Points.‚  That Fallout love is starting to hurt the wallet yeah?

But wait, there’s more, kinda.

Fallout 3 Add-on Pack #1 (The Pitt, Operation: Anchorage) arrives on disc at retail May 26 and Pack #2 hits shelves in August with Broken Steel and Point Lookout inside.‚  Sadly, as Bethesda puts it, “retail versions of the game add-on packs for PS3 are not possible” and can only be purchases digitally.

However, come October,a Fallout 3: Game of the Year edition will arrive on retail shelves bearing a $59.99 price tag for Xbox 360 and PS3 ($49.99 on PC) and will contain all five DLC expansions.

Personally, the slew of DLC available for Fallout 3 is a tad intimidating, and with my birthday in October, that Game of the Year SKU sounds right up my alley.

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2 Responses

  1. Van

    The DLC is an OK filler, but I wish they would do a full fledged expansion pack.

  2. Marcus

    I agree. They Should do one in philly and call it fallen liberty


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