The Pitt adds four hours play, new Achievements, to Fallout 3

Saturday, 14th March 2009 12:00 GMT By Patrick Garratt


The Pitt will add roughly four hours of play to Fallout 3, Jeff Gardiner, lead producer on the download, has told VG247.

“The Pitt comprises of around four hours of playtime,” said the developer.

“You can always re-visit it for its unique vendors and repeatable quests as well.”

Gardiner added: “There are also four new Achievements, as well as new perks.”

Your 800 MS Points won’t just be sunk into playtime, however. We were assured there’s plenty of “phat lewt” to be had.

“There’s plenty of new gear in The Pitt,” said Gardiner.

“It’s just as brutal but not as high tech as the load-outs available in Operation: Anchorage. There are
several new raider armors, even a stylized version of the Brotherhood of Steels’ Power Armor.

“New weapons include an ‘AutoAxe,’ a two handled melee weapon complete with a serrated rotary blade, great for sawing through bone, and a silenced scoped automatic rifle we’ve coined ‘The Inflitrator’.”

The Pitt releases for 360 and PC only on March 24.



  1. jnms

    Well it’s real good news that we can return to The Pitt.

    Though 4 hours doesn’t seem all that much, does it?

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Patrick Garratt

    I’ve got another story to go up from this. I reckon if you’re into the game it’s got to be worth the 800 Points.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Heitzu

    Good stuff, this seems to be much better value than Operation Anchorage one at least.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. jnms

    Yeah it is the Operation Anchorage that put me off getting The Pitt. But it is actually starting to look quite good.

    I am just wondering if it is worth holding off until the next DLC, Broken Steel and then having a whole bunch of content at once…

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Blerk

    Is this the one that raises the level cap and changes the ending? Or is that the next one?

    #5 6 years ago
  6. Gekidami

    Thats the next one Blerk.
    This looks good and i’ll be getting it, though only 4 hours is somewhat disapointing…

    #6 6 years ago

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