Version 1.1 of Fallout 3 for the PlayStation 3 is live in North America and the UK, adding in trophy support, fixing in-game notifications, and generally making post-apocalyptic DC a nicer place to live.
Players in North America and the United Kingdom who start up Fallout 3 today will be required to download a 24MB patch, but it will be well worth their time. The 1.1 patch adds 51 trophies to the game – 38 bronze, 10 silver, 2 gold, and one platinum – gained for anything from completing quests to that old platinum standby, earning all the other trophies. Along with trophies, the patch also fixes the issues with the in-game notification pausing gameplay, the GOAT freeze bug, and various other issues that have been plaguing PS3 players since the game’s release.
The patch is currently only available for the English language versions of the game, but is in the works for other regions. For your reading enjoyment, we’ve included a list of the new trophies below. Enjoy!
Maybe I should stop being lazy and update my PS3 to get it back on the internet. On the other hand, F3 is relatively bug-free for me and I don’t give a fuck about trophies. So maybe not. For those that do care, hit the link up top for a list of all the new trophies.
It would be nice if patches, DLC, and demos could be downloaded on your PC first then copied to the PS3. You know, like you can do with the perpetual firmware updates.