Lev Lazinskiy

Highly Anticipated Downloadable Content "The Pitt" for Fallout 3 Not Out Yet! - Full of Glitches

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The Latest Downloadable Content for the hit game Fallout 3 Titled " The Pitt" was supposed to come out today. In the game you get to travel to Pittsburg on a brand new adventure and expand the world of Fallout 3. The last Downloadable content called “Operation Anchorage” was great but it was a little too short. They are also planning on releasing another title called Broken Steel which not only allows you to level up past level 30, but also you can continue the game after the last quest.

I have been looking forward to playing this game all day long. I have been playing this game non stop since it came out and I think that I am addicted. After a long day of work I get home, turn on my xbox 360 only to realize that for some reason the game is not out yet.

Apparently, after doing a quick search online, I realized that the add on was released but was full of glitches and problems and was pulled quickly from the xbox live marketplace.

Damn! I have been anticipating this release all day long!!! I am not sure when it will come out but I will update as soon as I find out. For those fans of Fallout 3 who have been dying to play this game. I am sorry we are in the same boat.

In the Meantime: Check out the trailer! :)

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