Fallout 3’s Broken Steel DLC is…err…broken.

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BrokenFallout Fallout 3’s Microsoft-centric DLC hasn’t had a smooth ride. The last game add-on “The Pitt” was mired with game-breaking bugs upon it’s release – particularly for 360 owners. This most current DLC “Broken Steel” hasn’t escaped digital delivery unscathed either; PC owners are complaining that Games for Windows Live’s DRM has prevented them from playing the much anticipated level-cap increasing addendum.

Players who try run the expansion are treated to a delightfully cryptic "cryptographic message is not formatted correctly" message, which according to Bethesda’s Pete Hines is a GFWL error.

Xbox 360 players aren’t gleefully playing their way through the DLC either; there’s apparently a bug that prevents player progression through one of the new quests.

Broken Steel indeed.

Source : Kotaku

Last Updated: May 6, 2009

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