Atari Reveals New Fallout 3 "Quest Pack"

Atari isn't just re-releasing Fallout 3 in Australia. They're also releasing something called the Fallout 3: Quest Pack 1 in June.

The new Atari Australia release schedule lists the Fallout 3: Quest Pack 1 as going on sale June 4. But what is it?

Of course, Bethesda hasn't announced a Fallout 3: Quest Pack 1. And when we quizzed Atari this morning, they told us we'd have to wait for the official press release.

So, what do we know:

1. It's only listed for Xbox 360 and PC, the two formats Bethesda chose to bless with Fallout 3 DLC 2. June 4 is about a month after the 3rd DLC episode (Broken Steel) will be released

Educated guess? The Quest Pack 1 is a retail disc compilation of the three DLC episodes, Operation Anchorage, The Pitt and Broken Steel. Given the DLC price points of 800 Microsoft Points each, we'd also guess the Pack will retail for about $40.

We'll see how good our guesses are when Atari/Bethesda get round to issuing that official press release.


Comments

    Please please PLEASE Atari, don't do what Rockstar did with GTA: tLaD. If I could buy an on-disc version with all this DLC and have to pay a few bucks more, I would in a heartbeat over downloading it.

    The problem isn't the connection speed, it's the fugging bandwidth caps in Australia. I already use up most of mine in a month as is, and grabbing Lost and Damned, at 2 gigs, was a real irritation when it could have so easily been done as on-disc content that you just copy to the hard drive.

    Follow Harmonix and do as they did for the AC/DC track pack!

      The possibility that Broken Steel will not be in this pack angers me.

      iiNet doesn't meter XBLA downloads... maybe lobby your ISP to do the same?

      iinet is great in that regard - quota free downloads from XBL, and most of my online gaming ends up quota free as well (though they don't guarantee gaming to be quota free)

      I hope they don't. I would think that the cheaper price point takes into consideration that CD pressing and cover printing costs aren't involved. There are decent high bandwidth plans out there and if all else fails, iiNet has Xbox content unmetered.

    I posted on the story before this about fallout 3 australian rerelease. Logically a pack that's around $50, maybe $70 or $80 at most, with DLC added, and having the end and lvl cap removed would be nice.

    Just release all the DLC on steam already.

    Already posted on 1Up.com

    The disc only includes the first 2 DLC content packs, and is basically for people who don't have Internet access to download them of Xbox Live.

    http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3173931

Join the discussion!

Trending Stories Right Now