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I recently snagged the GOTY edition of Fallout 3 (for a mere $12.99... woot!) and was wondering if there is an order I should play the new chapters?
220.127.116.11 15:19, March 27, 2012 (UTC)
- There's not really a distinct order in which they're set, IIRC. Йура 15:31, March 27, 2012 (UTC)
- In terms of perks, bonuses, and benefits you will get from special weapons and equipment, it would be best to do Operation: Anchorage ASAP, followed by The Pitt. Depending on what difficulty you play, it might be best to hold off on Mothership Zeta until you level up some. --DeadlyPrey(talk) 01:54, March 29, 2012 (UTC)
I brought the GOTY edition for PC (after playing the normal and DLC on PS3) and I found finishing the game normally, ie Take it Back, then moving straight on to 'Broken Steal' lets you continue any missed quests, but I did do Mothership Zeta second for the weapons....
Fallout Jules 10:51, March 29, 2012 (UTC)
I like to make my F3 experience as realistic as possible so I did the main story first then moved on to Broken Steel as kinda the "Main Story Part 2" I guess. Then I did Operation Anchorage for the neat gear and due to the fact its still in D.C. Then I Rescued the Pitt's slaves, did point lookout and finished with Mothership Zeta. -SupremeCommanderGrief