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Fallout: New Vegas Lonesome Road DLC Dated
And more FNV goods are on the way, too.
08.26.11 - 12:29 AM

Hopefully you won't be too busy with Gears of War 3, because I seem to keep announcing more releases for the same date. Bethesda had recently delayed the last of its announced Fallout: New Vegas DLC, saying it wouldn't be ready anytime this month. Today Lonesome Road got a date of September 20th, and Bethesda has other New Vegas content coming out a week later.

At the beginning of Fallout: New Vegas you met a man who goes by Ulysses who wouldn't deliver a Platinum Chip for you. In Lonesome Road, you'll hear from him again and he'll explain his (lack of) actions... but only if you travel to the Divide, a canyon which natural disasters seem to love.

A week later on September 27th, Bethesda also plans to release a Courier's Pack for $1.99 or 160 MicroSoft Points. The bundle includes a Caravan Pack, Classic Pack, Mercenary Pack and Tribal Pack which were only pre-order bonuses before, and offer up new weapons and items. The Gun Runners' Arsenal is $3.99 or 320 MicroSoft Points and allows you access to all kinds of more weapons and weapon mods in the Mojave desert.

All the content will be released on all three platforms (PSN, XBLA, Steam) on the dates above. You can check out the first few screens for Lonesome Road and the Gun Runners' Arsenal in the gallery below.


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