Long burn predicted for Vegas

Bethesda believes Fallout: New Vegas has a long shelf life ahead of it, just like its predecessor.

Fallout 3 became a chart regular for almost a year thanks to a string of DLC. and Bethesda hopes to do the same with New Vegas.

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,” Euro marketing and PR director Sarah Seaby told MCV.

New Vegas was No.1 in the charts last week, outselling Fallout 3 in terms of week one performance.

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