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Bethesda doing more Fallout 3 DLC

Supporting PS3, doing retail bundles.

Bethesda has unveiled two more Fallout 3 downloadable add-ons, one called Point Lookout (unsurprisingly) and the other called Mothership Zeta.

The first arrives late June and opens a big swamp to explore, but the latter, oh the latter, has us experience an alien abduction first-hand and discover whether we're tough enough to survive! Mothership Zeta arrives late July, and both are 800 MSP.

Bethesda also plans to offer all DLC on PS3. This will start with Operation: Anchorage in June and be followed by The Pitt and Broken Steel later. They'll be about a month or six-weeks apart - exact dates are TBC.

Finally, Bethesda revealed the not-so-secret DLC retail bundles. The first Fallout 3 add-on pack bundles Operation: Anchorage and The Pitt, and will be available on 12th June. The second pack has Broken Steel and Point Lookout and arrives in August.

There's also a Game of the Year Edition arriving in October for all three formats. This includes the original game plus all five DLC add-ons and costs 40 quid on consoles or 30 quid on PC.

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