Getting Fallout 3 DLC on the PlayStation 3 has been troublesome for Bethesda Softworks. The developer originally planned on releasing the first batch of DLC last month. Apparently something went wrong because now Bethesda is expecting the first batch of DLC for Fallout 3 on the PS3 “by the end of September.”
Producer Ashley Cheng explained the delays . “Keep in mind that not only do we need to test each DLC on PS3, we also need to test each DLC when used in conjunction with each of the other DLC, as well as all of them together, along with the entire original game.”
Bethesda has also shifted the order that the DLC will arrive on the PS3. The “Broken Steel” pack, which increases the level cap, will be released first. After “Steel,” “Operation: Anchorage” and “The Pitt” will arrive, “probably at the same time.” Then “Point Lookout” and “Mothership Zeta” will be released. All of these DLC packs are currently available for Xbox 360 and PC gamers, except for “Mothership Zeta,” which is slated to arrive this month.
As of right now there is no official price for these DLC packs on the PS3, however I feel safe in assuming that they will sell for $10 just like on the PC and Xbox 360.