There was much rejoicing when Bethesda Softworks revealed the ongoing, extensive downloadable content support for Fallout 3 would no longer remain exclusive only to Xbox 360 and PC. PlayStation 3 owners have been begging for the add-ons, too, with Bethesda dodging reporters' questions on the subject. In May, when Bethesda announced PlayStation 3 support, they also issued a release date for the first content -- late June.
Obviously, it's not late June anymore. What happened? Nothing showed up on the PlayStation Store this week and Bethesda's been mum on the subject. Fallout 3's downloadable debut on PS3 may have been delayed, but an update is coming.
"[We'll] have [an] update for folks on that next week," said marketing VP Pete Hines in an e-mail to me.
Operation: Anchorage is the first downloadable add-on scheduled for PS3 owners, following the same order of release on the other platforms. That means you'll have to wait, just like Xbox 360 and PC owners did, for the level up to be raised with the Broken Steel content, which won't be arriving for a number of weeks.