Fallout 3 was definitely one of the top games to be released back in 2008. A few months after the game’s release, Bethesda have released the first Downloadable Content (DLC) for the game; an add on titled ‘Operation Anchorage’. Just a day after Operation Anchorage’s official release date, pirates have managed to leak the game on BitTorrent.
The game was initially released by SKIDROW, a scene group which is famous of releasing small and low budget PC titles. SKIDROW’s release has leaked from scene topsites to private torrent trackers, one click hosting sites and so on. Anchorage addon is protected by both Windows Live protection as well as activation. SKIDROW’s release combined with a DRM cracked Fallout 3, however seems to bypass both.
Fallout 3 : Operation Anchorage requires the original Fallout 3 to run. To be more specific, you need to have v1.1 patch installed as well - for pirates this would the the cracked v.1.1 patch released by Razor1911. If you get a distress call from ‘the brotherhood’ after around 10-15 minutes of Fallout 3 gameplay, that means you’ve installed the add-on correctly (applies to both pirated and legitimate versions of the game).