It's been almost a year since Bethesda Softworks released Fallout 3 and I'm still booting it up, which is completely unprecedented. It's a testament to the company's high-quality expansions, additions to the Fallout 3 experience that look to be coming to an end this week, with the release of Mothership Zeta. Bethesda is sending signals it's the end for downloadable content.
In the studio's own developer diary for Mothership Zeta, the word "final" is used multiple times to describe the content.
"And with that begins the Vault Dweller's final and most fantastical adventure in the Capital Wasteland"
"We saved it for last, as a fitting conclusion to the Vault Dweller's story"
Joystiq contacted Bethesda just to be sure, and while the company left open the possibility to change its mind, Mothership Zeta is "the last DLC we have planned."
The wait for Fallout: New Vegas begins.