Bethesda has posted the release schedule for the Fallout 3 PS3 DLC. Broken Steel will be available on September 24, followed by Operation Anchorage and The Pitt on October 1, and Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta on October 8.
Following the DLC deluge, Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition will be available in stores on October 13. The GOTY includes the game and all 5 DLCs in one package. The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions will retail for $59.99, while the PC version will only set you back $49.99.
The Fallout 3 DLC screens for PS3 do nothing to make up for the fact that the content does not come out until September. Period. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/15/09’ »
Fallout 3‘s downloadable content had been scheduled for a release on the PS3 back in June, starting with the Operation: Anchorage pack. While Bethesda has given neither an explanation nor a revised release date, spokesman Pete Hines says via G4 that an update on that topic is to be expected “next week.” Whether this will mean the content itself, information about the content, or information about the information, is anyone’s guess.
Suggestions that Bethesda rename Operation: Anchorage to Operation: Rod Torfelson’s Anchorage Featuring Herman Menderchuck have been met with no reply.
In this day and age, “exclusive” rarely means what it used to. Fallout 3 on Xbox 360 and PC touted exclusive downloadable content that will soon be coming to a PlayStation 3 near you. After a patch that will allow PS3 owners to download the DLC, Operation: Anchorage will hit the PS3 in late June with The Pitt and Broken Steel following four to six weeks apart. Hit the jump to find out what’s to come. Continue reading ‘Fallout 3 DLC Coming to PS3, Two More DLC Packs Coming to Everyone, Game of the Year Edition for 360’ »
The Red Menace might have had enough nukes to saturate every square inch of the United States, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they did. The Pitt, a downloadable questline courtesy of Bethesda, suggests just that; the Capitol made such a meaty target that the Soviets didn’t spare a direct strike for a nearby industrial center. As it turns out, they didn’t really need to: what once was Pittsburgh now crawls with gangs, disease, feral mutants, and oppressed workers living at the mercy of a cruel despot and his army of hired thugs. A hijacked radio beacon calls the player’s attention to the plight of an escapee from what is now known as The Pitt, and the adventure begins. Continue reading ‘Fallout 3: The Pitt – Staff Review’ »
If you need more Fallout 3 action, Bethesda’s got your back. The Pitt is fixed and is ready for download again. Hit the jump for instructions if you already downloaded the corrupt version. Continue reading ‘The Pitt Back Online’ »
Fallout 3 fans hoping to download the game’s latest DLC, The Pitt, will be disappointed today. It was released and then pulled off Xbox Live shortly thereafter due to problems with the file. Bethesda issued the following statement on their forums:
We are continuing to look into the issues people are experiencing with The Pitt for Xbox 360. As of now it looks like the file for the English version on Xbox Live was somehow corrupted. We are currently working with Microsoft to remove the existing file off of Live to prevent any further downloads. Our plan is to replace it with a new file as soon as possible. We hope to have another update for you shortly.
UPDATE: The Pitt file is now working. Anyone who downloaded the corrupt file yesterday will need to delete it and download the new file.
Fresh out of the barrel, some nifty new screenshots for all of you: Fallout 3: The Pitt, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, Dragon Quest IX, 7th Dragon, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Sacred Blaze. Now if you’ll excuse me, your milkshake is unguarded and I have a very long straw. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots 03/07/09’ »