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Fallout 3: Broken Steel





You may have dealt the Enclave a serious blow at Project Purity, but their forces are still out there, and still pose a grave threat to the people and security of the Capital Wasteland.

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You may have dealt the Enclave a serious blow at Project Purity, but their forces are still out there, and still pose a grave threat to the people and security of the Capital Wasteland. In Broken Steel, you’ll continue your current Fallout 3 character past the events of Project Purity, and work with the Brotherhood of Steel to eradicate the Enclave threat once and for all. You’ll travel to new locations like the Olney Powerworks, wield destructive new weapons like the Tesla Cannon, fight powerful new creatures like the Super Mutant Overlord, marvel at the destructive power of Liberty Prime, earn new Perks like the devastating Nuclear Anomaly… and play Fallout 3 all the way to level 30!

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Bethesda Softworks®
Bethesda Game Studio
Bethesda Softworks®
Friday, July 16, 2010
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 1 GB (XP)/ 2 GB (Vista)
  • Hard disk space: 7 GB
  • Video: Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 256MB RAM (NVIDIA 6800 or better/ATI X850 or better)
  • Sound: DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Controller support: Xbox 360 controller
  • Other Requirements: Online play requires log-in to Games For Windows - Live
  • Supported Video Card Chipsets:

NVIDIA GeForce 200 series, Geforce 9800 series, Geforce 9600 series, Geforce 8800 series, Geforce 8600 series, Geforce 8500 series, Geforce 8400 series, Geforce 7900 series, Geforce 7800 series, Geforce 7600 series, Geforce 7300 series, GeForce 6800 series ATI HD 4800 series, HD 4600 series, HD 3800 series, HD 3600 series, HD 3400 series, HD 2900 series, HD 2600 series, HD 2400 series, X1900 series, X1800 series, X1600 series, X1300 series, X850 series

Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo processor
  • Memory: 2 GB System RAM
  • Hard disk space: 7 GB
  • Video: Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 512MB RAM (NVIDIA 8800 series, ATI 3800 series)
  • Sound: DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Controller support: Xbox 360 controller

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Reviews for Fallout 3: Broken Steel

Must have...

No, i mean literally, you must have this DLC, if you want your character survive the end of the base game. This DLC literally saves your life, by retconning your death, + it expands the vanilla games ridiculous level cap by 10, which is far more sensible. You will still reach 30 before finishing the game, but at least it wont be that soon. As for the story itself, you have a chance, to finally finish of the Enclave...or at least the Washington branch. It feels good to get back at them, for what they did to you in the vanilla game. The time for vengeance has finally come.

Who doesnt love big robots?

A great addition to an already great game. It is basically required because it's the only way to continue your capital wasteland adventures!

Great Story DLC

Fallout 3: Broken Steel is a story DLC that continues the events after the original ending of Fallout 3. Broken Steel raises the level cap of your character, and puts you back into the wastes to destroy what is left of the enclave. This is a quality DLC, second only to the excellent Point Lookout content. Overall, you can expect around 8 hours of total playtime if you follow all side quests and extra map area. As a fan of the Brotherhood of Steel, this expansion is very fun. Enemies are more difficult, even though there isn't any real new variety. This is a must buy for Fallout 3 players looking to continue the main quest.

Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated

So maybe you died a tiny bit. Now you're back and the enclave needs some finishing off. There are some fun quests, neat set pieces, and a fireworks display. Also an increase in the level cap. So, is it worth it? Yes, even if just to keep playing past the first ending. Everything fits into the base game seamlessly, and you don't have to load into a new area to experience it. Easily recommended.

Keeps it interesting

Broken Steel is a must-have for Fallout 3. Frankly, it really should have been part of the base game. By the time you hit the old level cap, the base game loses nearly all its challenge, even if the majority of the map is still open for exploration. Broken Steel adds new enemies that have bite even when you reach level 30. And these new foes are not just restricted to a select part of the map, but rather "level up" the existing hostiles. Broken Steel's exclusive missions also finish off the main storyline in a way that is more engaging and appropriate to Fallout's open-ended sandbox style of play.

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