Hopefully, the days of exclusive downloadable content falling to the Xbox Live service will eventually disappear; if the rising Network is any indication, it should.
But we still missed out on some awesome DLC for games like Grand Theft Auto IV and Fallout 3 , and that's irritating. The good news is that Bethesda has finally announced plans to release that DLC for last year's epic RPG on the PSN. According to Strategy Informer, the timed exclusivity deal with Microsoft has run out and "Operation: Anchorage" will be released for the PS3 version in June, followed by "The Pitt" and "Broken Steel," which will be "4-6 weeks apart." We don't have exact release dates just yet, but it's solace enough to know that PlayStation 3 owners will finally get the good stuff for Fallout 3 . But it doesn't end there: as the exclusivity deal is over, all future extra content will be available for both the Xbox 360 and PS3, so "Point Lookout" and "Mothership Zeta" will indeed be simultaneous multiplatform releases. Get the full details over at SI, and prepare yourselves for some extended play time with one of this generation's most impressive titles. As if this game needed to be any longer, right?
Well, like we just got finished saying, the days of timed exclusive DLC deals should fall by the wayside. In the meantime, we just like to see previously unavailable bonus content finally coming into the hands of PS3 owners.
Related Game(s): Fallout 3