Fallout 3 on the PlayStation 3 is a great game, but Xbox 360 owners have been able to enjoy a whopping catalogue of 5 DLC expansions while PS3-owners have been left in the cold.

That ended today as Bethesda released the game’s first digital ware “Broken Steel” on the PlayStation Network.

Broken Steel” is the first of 5 planned expansions for PS3, continuing next week on Oct. 1 with Operation Anchorage and The Pitt, followed by the release of Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta on Oct. 8.

All DLC is $9.99 but a “Game of The Year Edition,” with all 5 expansions is due out October 13, so the money-conscious gamer might want to wait for that one.

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One Response

  1. Ben

    Um, yeah, so checking on Amazon, the Game of the Year Addition is listed for 56.99 when it releases, which would me the money-conscious gamer would actually want to pick up the individual DLC releases. 5 x 9.99 makes all of the individual DLC = 49.95. Saves you 7 dollars that way.

    Unless of course you don’t actually own the game already, in which case purchasing the Game of the Year Edition is a seriously awesome deal. My guess though, is that most people wanting this content on the PS3 are people who bought the original game. I just wanted to make sure you weren’t spreading bad advice 🙂


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