For those of you eager to play the new Fallout 3: Broken Steel downloadable content on the PC, the wait is finally over. Following yet another shaky release that saw the title's third DLC pulled from the Games for Windows Live Marketplace, Bethesda has announced that all issues have been ironed out and the expansion is once again up for download.

Turns out, Microsoft was to blame for the problem as it stemmed from a Games for Windows Live DRM install error. Things didn't exactly go without a hitch for Xbox 360 owners either. Apparently, achievements were not appearing on Xbox Live profiles due to a syncing problem with Microsoft's servers. Both problems have been fixed, according to the company, so those interested can extend the end of the original title for 800 Microsoft Points ($10).