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Fallout: New Vegas Sings Old World Blues July 19th

Posted on Wednesday, June 22 @ 15:22:33 PST by

Look, I'm sorry if I wasn't clear in my title. New DLC is coming to Fallout: New Vegas. The third piece of add-on content for Obsidian's wasteland-treading, dice-rolling, min-maxing game is on its way to Xbox 360, PS3, and PC gamers on July 19th.

Old World Blues, following Dead Money and Honest Hearts, apparently features the Courier as part of an experiment gone horribly wrong. What I'm much more worried about are the cyborg Radscorpions. When you mix science and nature.... and insects... and well, radiation, you can create some pretty f***ed up stuff!

We'll be sure to pass along the trailer Bethesda has promised before Old World Blues lands.
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