Next batch of Fallout 3 DLC delayed

The Pitt and Broken Steel now March/April.

Bethesda has delayed Fallout 3 downloadable content The Pitt and Broken Steel.

According to GameSpot, both packs will now arrive one month later than expected: The Pitt in March and Broken Steel in April.

The Pitt adds the industrial ruins of Pittsburgh to investigate, where players will face faction allegiance choices that will have serious repercussions across the region.

Broken Steel, meanwhile, takes place directly after the events of Fallout 3, thus unlocking post-campaign play and increasing the level cap by 10 levels.

These Fallout 3 downloadable extras are exclusive to PC and Xbox 360. The first of the packs, Operation: Anchorage, has already been released. Here, action takes place inside a military simulation program, which transports players back to post-apocalypse Alaska where Chinese invaders need repelling.

Operation: Anchorage costs 800 Microsoft Points for both systems, but sadly struggles to justify the price. Head over to our Operation: Anchorage review to find out why.

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