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Fable III Gets Some DLC Next Week
You can get anything from new missions to new hairstyles!
11.15.10 - 1:59 PM

If you've been playing Fable III and was hoping for some new content, you only have to wait another week. Some various downloadable content will be available as of next Tuesday depending on what kind of extras you were looking for. The main DLC to be released will be the Understone Quest Pack, which involves a mission where you'll get to explore a new area underneath Bowerstone. This DLC will involve a moral choice and include two weapons, the Full Monty and the Marksman 500 which you can get from the Sanctuary. As well, you get a chance to win even more weapons: the pack includes two mini-games Shooting Range (where you can win the Money Shot and Black Dragon weapons), and the Wheel of Misfortune (in which you can win Dirty Harriet and Dead Ned's Revolver). The Understone Quest Pack will cost 400 MSP (Microsoft Points).

On a smaller scale, you also have a choice of the Exclusive Hair Pack, which includes various styles such as an afro for 160 MSP; a 5 Star Dog Potion which will max out your best friend's tracking, diving and digging stats (80 MSP); a Reaver Industries Hero outfit (160 MSP); and lastly, a Dye Pack for 80 MSP. All of this new content for Fable III will be available on Xbox Live on November 23rd. Check back for our review of the game as well, coming soon!


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