Fallout 3: Broken Steel fix is in

Earlier this week, Bethesda Softworks confirmed that the Games for Windows edition of its third Fallout 3 add-on pack, Broken Steel, was experiencing technical issues rendering it unplayable. With those who purchased the PC edition of Broken Steel reporting widespread installation problems, a...

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Earlier this week, Bethesda Softworks confirmed that the Games for Windows edition of its third Fallout 3 add-on pack, Broken Steel, was experiencing technical issues rendering it unplayable. With those who purchased the PC edition of Broken Steel reporting widespread installation problems, a Bethesda representative confirmed that the issue was "a games for Windows Live DRM install error," and that Microsoft was working on a fix.

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Today, Bethesda confirmed for GameSpot that the fix is in, and Broken Steel is once again available for download on the PC. As for the Xbox 360 edition of the game, Bethesda also said that Microsoft has addressed and resolved issues relating to achievement points gained through Broken Steel not being added to players' gamerscore total.

For more on Broken Steel, check out GameSpot's prelaunch impressions.

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