Man, how did we miss this yesterday? Well, if you didn’t already know, all those Fallout 3 DLCs will be coming to the PS3 this year, with the first one, Operation: Anchorage, debuting in late June. The other two will be released thereafter, most likely at 4-6 week intervals.
That’s not all! There’s two more DLCs on the way, too: Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta.
So, if you were to add the price of the game and all the announced DLCs, he total cost of Fallout 3 creeps up to $110 ($60 for the game, plus $50 for the DLCs). Of course, no one’s forcing you to buy the DLCs, but if you do…
Or, you can buy the Game of the Year edition, which will include all five expansion packs for $59.
Well, at least Bethesda isn’t forgetting you PS3 owners!
Also, if you want to read a tome about the meaning of the word “exclusive” vis-à-vis video games—the DLCs were supposed to be PC and Xbox 360 “exclusive”—, hit up Kotaku; it’s a scream.