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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:44pm 11/12/08 | 12 Comments
Bethesda's forthcoming first round of downloadable content for Fallout 3, due to hit the Xbox Live Marketplace and PC next January, will be called Operation Anchorage, according to an interview with Fallout 3 lead producer, Jeff Gardiner, and should offer at least another five hours of game time.
"In Operation: Anchorage the player will find themselves able to re-live the famous liberation of Anchorage from Fallout lore -- inside a simulation similar to one found along the main quest of Fallout 3. Once the player finds their way into the simulation, they'll be stripped of their resources and have to survive within the rules set up by the simulation's creators," he told the site.

"The Chinese red army is everywhere, and the player will first have to secure the surrounding mountain side and then fight their way into the Chinese base. The player will have to use a lot of their standard combat skills, along with several new tools that will only be available in the downloadable content. These include interactive Strike Teams under the player's command and unique armor, weapons, and other exotic gadgets."
You can check out the full interview over at IGN, where a few nuggets of information were also revealed about other DLC packages a bit further down the track.



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infi
Posted 04:58pm 11/12/08
That sounds different. I will definitely be checking out. Although the original sim in Fallout 3 was VERY annoying.
d0mino
Posted 05:03pm 11/12/08
I have been to anchorage alaska IRL so i will be getting this fo sho. but wtf simulator in the story line?

infi
Posted 05:49pm 11/12/08
oh once you find the vault where your father is being held captive you get tricked. i will say no more.
d[o_0]b
Posted 05:51pm 11/12/08
reackon it will be free?
Tollaz0r!
Posted 05:55pm 11/12/08
Sounds like Bethesda's version of Fallout Tactics.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 06:20pm 11/12/08
Nah, 800 microsoft points, like $12
D-Sub
Posted 07:51pm 11/12/08
That's how it was for Bring down the Sky for Mass Effect. Start a new game or use a recent save. You got charged for that too over XBL, despite it being free on PC.
reload!
Posted 07:53pm 11/12/08
I thought the original sim was awesome. It didn't really take that long but was so different and weird. Reminded me of the trip sequences from Max Payne where you lose control as you're used to it.
Phooks
Posted 08:13pm 11/12/08
the original sim in Fallout 3 was VERY annoying.


Tell me about it. I kept pressing tab... :-(
Crakaveli
Posted 11:41pm 11/12/08
The sim was great fun like how you

Spoiler:
Go around killing everyone, with bloody mess it was awesome
Lynx
Posted 12:08pm 12/12/08
I beat the dog in the sim to death many times.
deus
Posted 02:21pm 12/12/08
i can only see more FO3 content as a good addition to an already great game, hearing that any studio is backing more time and effort for a release instead of leaving it behind and moving straight onto the next one makes me happy in my pants...
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