UPDATE - Bethesda's Vice President, Pete Hines, has responded to our request with the following email:
"We have said there will be three DLCs for Fallout 3, for PC and 360. We’ve released two, and the third, Broken Steel, is scheduled for release Tuesday, May 5th. Beyond that we have no announced plans for additional DLC."
"No announced plans" doesn't mean "no plans," so it's not quite a denial, more of a "no comment." I have a strong feeling that we'll be hearing a lot more about this next month at E3.
With the third DLC pack for Fallout 3, Broken Steel, only days away, Bethesda is likely gearing up to announce a fourth expansion to the Xbox 360 and PC versions of the critically acclaimed first-person RPG. They may have been scooped, though, by a few impatient online retailers.
Three separate retailers, eStarland, MSN Shopping, and Bountii, are showing listings for pre-ordering an expansion pack that includes Broken Steel and something called “Point Lookout” or “Point Look.” eStarland and MSN list it as “Point Look,” Bountii lists it as “Point Lookout,” which makes more sense, as it is the name of a state park in Bethesda’s home state of Delaware.
We are in the process of contacting Bethesda for comment, and we’ll update this story as soon as they get back to us.