Fallout 3 Developer 'Working on Lots of DLC'

By Chris Faylor, Mar 27, 2009 9:05am PDT In an apparently overlooked tidbit from a GDC panel earlier this week, Fallout 3 lead designer Emil Pagliarulo revealed that the team at Bethesda is hard at work on more downloadable content for the post-apocalyptic action-RPG.

"I can say we're working on lots of DLC," he said. "Really fun stuff. Future Fallout, lots of stuff brewing up here...what famous landmarks can we destroy next?"

Bethesda has currently released two pieces of Fallout 3 DLC on Xbox 360 and PC. Each download is priced at $10 and each adds new quests, items and weapons. A third, "Broken Steel," arrives next month and picks up where the main game ended.

Thus far, the DLC has not made its way to the PS3 edition of the acclaimed game due to Microsoft's long-known PC and Xbox 360 exclusivity on "substantial" Fallout 3 DLC.

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  • Downloadable content is bogus man. Fuck the console companies, that are making video games less fun and more of a contemptible business model.

    Why is this RPG applauded for having 60 hours? ITS AN RPG. The quests themselves are just variations of other quests from other games. Well done but , I cant see any quests that were really anything new.

    I loved Fallout 3 but because it truly is a good game. But that does not allow me to be dumb enough to accept a unfinished game. And yes the ending was rushed. And yes I feel that decision was for financial reasons and not in the gamers best interest.