Bethesda: "Enough" Fallout 3 DLC released

Five download packs is "upper limit" says producer

Bethesda's Todd Howard has said that the five released Fallout 3 DLC packs is "enough content" for the post-apocalyptic RPG.

Speaking to Kotaku, the producer said that for him five downloadable episodes was always "the upper limit" of extra content for the game.

"I think we've put enough content out there for this game," he said. "We knew we wanted to do three initially and we'll see where that goes. I kind of had in my mind that the upper limit was five. Part of that was what I think people are willing to continue to pay for a game. And a lot of that is our own internal bandwidth."

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Howard also said that Point Lookout, the fourth DLC pack, was his favourite. "We knew we were going to do a fourth DLC, I said to them, I think you guys should do this. Come up with some ideas and pitch us. And that's what they did. That was on the case that, on a bigger game, they wouldn't have gotten that opportunity."