Playstation 3 and PC gamers remain in the dark as Bethesda Software released an update for Fallout: New Vegas: the sequel to the roleplaying game of the year, Fallout 3. This new downloadable content (DLC) pack is available for Xbox 360 gamers only. Dead Money is an expansion to Fallout New Vegas which adds new content, items, perks, quests, and achievements. It was released on December 21, 2010 exclusively for Xbox. The expansion is used by loading a save immediately prior to the end-game sequence and does not unlock the end game like the final Broken Steel DLC did for Fallout 3. This is likely because the NPC scripting might not make too much sense depending on the ending you create for the game. Complete details about this first addition to what is likely going to yield epic expansion packs can be found here: Dead Money - The Vault, the Fallout wiki - Fallout: New Vegas and more Future DLCs are very possible, but this one has left many gamers scratching their heads as to when a PC or PS3 DLC will be available. "We're excited to continue the partnership between Bethesda and Microsoft, and build on the success of the game add-ons released for Fallout 3 on Xbox Live," said Bethesda's Pete Hines. "Fans will once again be able to continue their experience in the Fallout universe with the add-on packs planned for after the launch of the game." Some individuals have put two and two together from the new DLC, indicating more content may be on the way: The Escapist : News : Is Dead Money Teasing the Next New Vegas DLC?