Fallout 3 Broken Steel Debut Trailer – DLC Out Tomorrow

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WARNING: SPOILER ALERT

As awesome as this trailer for Bethesda’s new Fallout DLC is, you may want to give it a skip if you have not yet finished the campaign, because it is chock and block full of spoilers.

A note to all of you who are interested in getting the DLC, also be warned that the trailer shows off some bosses and enemies that you may not want to see just yet, so be warned.

Now, since only two of you are actually still going to watch this video, let me explain what the fuss is about with Broken Steel.

All the details after the jump.

I also just want to add that the DLC is unfortunately only available on Xbox 360, so PS3 owners are going to miss out, but if all goes well, the DLC may just come to PSN in the future as well. We will be sure to keep you guys posted.

There are quite a few reasons why Broken Steel is looking really great and well worth your money. First of all, it fixes the ending that would not allow you to continue playing. Secondly, the level cap is raised to 30 and some more perks are added. Thirdly, Fallout 3 is amazing, and this is more of that, which can never be a bad thing.

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Last, but definitely not least, this wonderful bundle of post-apocalyptic joy is only going to be selling for 800 MS Points.

If you have finished Fallout 3 and you want more gaming goodness, this is really a no brainer.

Last Updated: May 5, 2009

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since ’08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

  • janrik

    Looks great. Time to pick up a copy again.

  • ScurvyJimbeam

    Cant. Stop. Playing. Fallout! Must. Sleep!

  • ltm

    omg this is just the best vid and mate with sleepy panda pic i knw how u feel lol

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