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Rumor – More Fallout: New Vegas DLC to hit as soon as next week

Thursday, 17th March 2011 18:44 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

There’s a possibility that more DLC for Fallout: New Vegas could arrive as early as next week, if UK retail sources are correct.

According to a post over an Play.Tm, the next two DLC packs will be titled Honest Hearts and Old Bones with both arriving on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 around the same time.

Honest Hearts will be the first out of the gate on March 22 in Europe, and Old Bones hitting on April 26.

Last we heard, the trademarks for FONV DLC submitted along with Honest Hearts were Old World Blues and Lonesome Road.

Folks over at the Fallout Wiki, The Vault, are of the opinion Old Bones is either Old World Blues renamed or an extra DLC separate from the trademarks dug up back in January.

If so, The Vault concludes, “would make the total number of add-ons five, just like the ones for Fallout 3.”

A US release wasn’t mentioned in there anywhere, but it’s safe to assume that if the UK retailers are correct, the US should be getting the DLC around the same time as well.

Whatever the case is, we’ll mail Bethesda and ask.

The last DLC, Dead Money, was released on Steam and PSN last month after being a timed exclusive for Xbox 360.

Thanks, Ripten.

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3 Comments

  1. Xuchilbara

    I have yet to even start New Vegas :( I LOVED 3, but once I got New Vegas on PC, I was soooo behind on games, that I figured I would try and catch up before starting this. :-\ I cant wait to catch up to it.

    #1 4 years ago
  2. pukem0n

    i got dead money on day 1 and didnt even start playing it yet…
    best to wait till they all come out on a disc or in some XBL sale ^^

    #2 4 years ago
  3. OrbitMonkey

    Although I hate the fact Obsidian listened to whiney internet bitches and nerfed all the guns, VATS and perks related to the 2, I love the fact that if you concentrate on melee & unarmed you soon have a op beast, who can single handed clear out a Deathclaw nest with a fire axe :D

    #3 4 years ago

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