Fallout: New Vegas betting on three more DLC packs

Bethesda confirms simultaneous multiplatform launches for upcoming content; PS3 and PC versions of Dead Money add-on set for February 22 release.


Bethesda Softworks is going all in with downloadable content for Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas. The publisher today announced that it has three more New Vegas add-on packs planned for release in the coming months. And unlike the game's first downloadable content, Dead Money, the three upcoming add-ons will launch simultaneously on the PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360.

Who let the Dog out?
Who let the Dog out?

Dead Money debuted on the Xbox 360 in December and saw players kidnapped and compelled to recover the fabled treasure of the Sierra Madre casino with the help of a mute woman, a mutant with multiple personalities, and a suave ghoul. PS3 and PC players won't have to wait much longer to play through the episode, as Bethesda today also confirmed a February 22 launch for Dead Money on those platforms.

Bethesda didn't offer any details about the three forthcoming add-ons, but the publisher may have already tipped its hand on their titles. Bethesda recently applied for trademarks on the phrases Honest Hearts, Lonesome Road, and Old World Blues in connection with downloadable game software. The phrase "Lonesome Road" could be spotted in Fallout: New Vegas' in-game graffiti, while Fallout wiki The Vault discovered that "Honest Hearts" was first hinted at in Dead Money via a texture folder dubbed "nvgraffitihonesthearts."

For more on Dead Money, check out GameSpot's review of the Xbox 360 version of the add-on.

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