Bethesda has announced the existence of two new slices of downloadable content for its post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout 3. In addition, the PS3 will also be receiving all past DLC for the game.
The first of the new DLC is called Point Lookout, which gives players a big new swampland to explore. Of course, there will be plenty of new characters to meet, as well as new quests to experience. Xbox 360 and PC owners will be seeing this in late June.
Oh, and there's also the infinitely more interesting Mothership Zeta. In this piece of DLC, players will actually experience an alien abduction. Apparently, the aliens are 'pissed', and will be putting the player through hell. Sounds fun. It's pegged for a late July release on the 360 and PC.
Both Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta will cost 800 MS points on release.
PS3 owners will finally be able to experience Fallout 3 DLC in late June, with Operation: Anchorage finally gracing the PlayStation Network with its presence. The Pitt and Broken Steel will follow soon after, with releases planned '4-6 weeks apart'.
If you have yet to play Fallout 3, you would probably be well served waiting until October, when a Game of the Year edition - the game bundled with all five pieces of DLC - will be released for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC at retail.