The lights are on
After the release of Fallout 3, Bethesda continued to support the game for months with a variety of high-quality DLC. Though Obsidian has taken over the development duties on Fallout: New Vegas, the game will still follow in the footsteps of its predecessor in terms of post-release support. On a podcast over at the BethBlog, Fallout: New Vegas senior producer Jason Bergman reveals that the gears are already turning on the DLC front. "We confirmed that we will be doing DLC, and we'll be announcing that fairly soon," says Bergman. "We haven't really said any details of any kind other than 'Yes, we will be doing DLC.'" The short exchange begins around the 2:31 mark, so you can head over to Bethesda's site and listen for yourself.We'll apparently have to wait a bit longer to hear more, but it's nice to know that the team is already thinking about ways to keep me wandering around New Vegas. I just hope we don't have to deal with console-exclusive DLC this time around; I originally played Fallout 3 on PS3, and felt totally left out when everyone else in the office was playing the additional content.
(thanks to tipster Dalton)
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