The next three packages of downloadable content for Obsidian and Bethesda's Fallout: New Vegas
will be released simultaneously on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC over the next three months.
May 17's "Honest Hearts" will take place in Utah's Zion National Park, with June's "Old World Blues" returning to the Mojave desert and July's "Lonesome Road" taking players to the natural disaster-torn area of The Divide. All three packs will be available for $9.99 each.
The first DLC pack for New Vegas
, "Dead Money," was released for the Xbox 360 in December
before reaching the PS3 and PC in February. All five DLC packs for the original Fallout 3
were released jointly on the PC and Xbox 360 months before they appeared on the PS3.
October's New Vegas
received generally positive reviews
when it was released last October, though many critics and players noted significant game-breaking bugs and graphical glitches in the initial release. A number of patches have been released to fix these problems in the months since.
The title shipped 5 million copies
through early November, Bethesda said, after debuting atop the British sales charts
and finishing second in NPD's October U.S. sales report