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Bethesda has announced it’ll be wrapping up all Fallout: New Vegas content in a pretty, ash-caked bow for the game’s Ultimate Edition early next year. Similar to Game of the Year editions of titles, such as Oblivion and Fallout 3, the New Vegas Ultimate Edition will include the core game and all bonus content, offering new players the kind of plus-sized game world and sky-high level cap hitherto reserved for diligent DLC junkies.
Fallout: New Vegas’ Ultimate Edition will run you $49 on consoles or $39 on PC. For that, you get the game plus the new quests and areas of the Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road DLC packs. Also included are the inventory-boosting Gun Runners’ Arsenal and Courier’s Stash packs, the latter of which bundles up all the content initially only available to pre-order buyers. The bundles also raise the game’s level cap, offering the immediate challenge of working toward Level 50 while you wait patiently for Fallout Online.