Bethesda has told Eurogamer there is still no specific date for Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, which supposedly arrives here next month on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Inside are all five DLC add-ons plus the original game, and all for the price of a regular retail release.

That's galling to any who splashed out 800 Microsoft Points (£6.80/€9.60) on each of the five additions as they became available on Xbox 360 and PC, particularly as most were riddled with bugs.

To ease that pain, Bethesda announced today that a free Premium XBL theme will be given to those with a full compliment of downloadable content. On its own, the theme costs 240 MSP (£2/€2.90). The theme goes live on 1st October.

Meanwhile, PS3 owners still await their first piece of Fallout 3 DLC, after testing delays pushed the content to September. And that add-on will be Broken Steel rather than Operation: Anchorage, as content-wise that makes more sense.

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