Bethesda Softworks has predicted an extended shelf-life for Fallout: New Vegas, as it had with Fallout 3. The publisher does not seem phased by the irregularly high amount of bugs and glitches that shipped with the first copies of the game, but the game's impressive sales explain why. And it expects more success on the way.
"We believe that through a combination of DLC, our strong marketing and PR and by managing our lifecycle properly, that we’ll see a long burn of sales in a similar way to Fallout 3," said European marketing and PR director Sarah Seaby to MCV.
Let's just hope there aren't any stupid aliens this time around.
Nov 3, 2010