Fallout 3 DLC Coming January 27

By Chris Faylor, Jan 13, 2009 8:14am PST The first of three downloadable expansion packs for Fallout 3 will arrive on January 27, developer Bethesda today revealed alongside its release of the new 1.1 patch

Dubbed Operation: Anchorage, the download is said to contain roughly 4-5 hours of gameplay, allowing buyers to re-live the liberation of Anchorage, Alaska from China.

Operation: Anchorage will sell for 800 Microsoft Points ($10) on PC and Xbox 360. Per an exclusivity agreement with Microsoft, the content will not be released on PS3.

The second pack, The Pitt, arrives in February, and offers a look at post-apocalyptic Pittsburgh. Broken Steel, due in March, continues where the main adventure left off, allowing players to join the Brotherhood of Steel, and raises the game's level cap to 30.

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