Bethesda Softworks' Pete Hines has told CVG that there are no firm plans for Fallout DLC at the moment.
When asked whether the company was working on DLC for the post-apocalyptic RPG, he said: "It's definitely something we'll look into, but right now our content folks are working on the game itself, so we don't have any time to be looking at what sort of DLC we want to do."
Bethesda's previous game Oblivion was one of the first titles to champion downloadable content through Xbox Live. And it's a given that Fallout 3 will do the same.
Among the releases was the infamous Horse Armour pack, an in-game item which cost 200 Microsoft Points to download.