Bethesda Softworks is releasing three downloadable content packs, "Honest Hearts", "Old World Blues" and "Lonesome Road" for Fallout New Vegas in the coming months simultaneously for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Combined, the three DLC packs will probably offer about 25-30 hours worth of original New Vegas content.
The first DLC pack, Honest Hearts, will take you to Utah's Zion National Park where your caravan will be overrun by a tribal raiding band. While you try to find your way back to the Mojave, you come between a tribal conflict with the New Canaanites and the Burned Man.
The second pack, Old World Blues, will release in June. In it you'll become a lab rab in a disastrous science experiment and you'll learn about some of the Mojave's mutated monsters. The DLC will take place in the Pre-War research centers of the Big Empty while you search for technology to get back at your kidnappers.
Lonesome Road, the final pack, will be available in July. This pack will finally bring the courier's story to and end when you are contacted by Ulysses, the original Courier Six who wouldn't deliver the Platinum Chip at the start of Fallout: New Vegas. Fans have been wondering when Ulysses would make another appearance in the series, and now they've got their answer. Lonesome Road will take you in to the depths of the canyons of the Divide, but the road to the Divide is one nobody has ever returned from.
Each Fallout: New Vegas DLC will be available for 800 MS Points on Xbox Live and $9.99 for the PlayStation Network, Steam, and Direct2Drive.