June came and went without the promised Fallout 3 downloadable content from Bethesda and July and August will too, the developers now say.
The Broken Steel update for the PC version of Fallout 3 has been taken down for repair. Bethesda explains why.
War seems to have changed quite a bit between Fallout 3's original ending and this new content. There're more giant robots, for instance. The orbital strike seems like a new thing as well, considering that my personal Fallout 3 character was so hideously evil that had orbital strike technology been available they…
Bethesda must be in a good mood, as they double their normal amount of screens in this latest batch of pics from Fallout 3's Broken Steel downloadable content.
G4 got their hands on some gameplay footage from Fallout 3's latest piece of downloadable content, Broken Steel, and are sharing it for all the world to see.
A bit earlier today we walked you through the new features of upcoming Fallout 3 DLC Broken Steel. Now take a gander at the screens for the upcoming episode.
Broken Steel, the third downloadable episode for the PC and Xbox 360 version of Fallout 3, will raise the game's level cap to 30 and remove the games ending on May 5, Bethesda announced this week.
In an interview with Eurogamer, Fallout 3 lead producer Jeff Gardiner reveals that the Broken Steel downloadable content due out in March allow players to take their character all the way to level 30.