June came and went without the promised Fallout 3 downloadable content from Bethesda, and July and August will too, the developers now say.
The first downloadable content will now be Broken Steel, not the promised Operation: Anchorage, in September. Worse news, Bethesda says they're "hoping" that it will be by "the end of September." That's a lot of qualifiers.
When it hits, the Broken Steel expansion will raise the game's level cap to 30 and extend the adventure past the original storyline.
Next in the line-up will be Operation: Anchorage, initially set for a June release, followed by The Pitt shortly thereafter "probably the same time." After that Bethesda will be releasing Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta
This further extended delay is a bitter pill to take for Playstation 3 owners, but at least now they have a date.
Kotaku AU Note: And at least the order now makes sense, with Broken Steel up first.