After seeing reports this morning that Xbox 360 owners were saying that the newly released "The Pitt" downloadable content for "Fallout 3" was buggy, I e-mailed Bethesda marketing v.p. Pete Hines to find out when a remedy was coming. He had already told Kotaku that the file people downloaded was corrupted. That was mid-day. Just a couple of hours ago, Hines e-mailed me with an update: "We are doing some final verification tonight that everything is ok but this should be up tomorrow. " Stay tuned, "Fallout 3" players.

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