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In a obvious “surprising” turn of events, Bethesda plans to release Fallout 3′s “Operation: Anchorage” and “The Pitt” downloadable content together as a retail expansion pack that will be available for purchase at the end of May.

To be honest, if you didn’t see this coming, you’ve probably been living underneath a rock for the past couple of years. Bethesda is following their previous IP in suit, as they’re mimicking the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion marketing practices by redistributing a retail package of previously digital content. No word of the upcoming DLC “Broken Steel” receiving the same treatment has been released, but in all likelihood, expect to see Fallout 3′s “real” expansion hit your local gaming store or failing electronic conglomerate before the end of the summer.

“Operation: Anchorage” and “The Pitt” will be available for the 360 and Windows for $19.99 on May 29th, according to

  1. People usually are punished for buying things right out of the gate, this is no different. Oh well, good for those that waited patiently I guess. ;D

  2. It’s too bad that they don’t take the extra time to develop the DLC for Playstation 3 users. I would love to take my PS3 character and run him through the new content. Alas, Bethesda has decided that they don’t want to have anything it.

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