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  1. Bethesda Delays The Elder Scrolls: Blades Nintendo Switch Port Until 2020

    Bethesda Delays The Elder Scrolls: Blades Nintendo Switch Port Until 2020

    Bethesda announced today that The Elder Scrolls: Blades wouldn’t be available on Nintendo Switch until “early 2020.” The announcement was in a blog post on the free-to-play title’s next update, which will arrive in early December. The 1.5 update as it’s called will alter the loot system, and...
  2. Rage 2's Second And Final Major DLC Pack, TerrorMania, Is Out Now

    Rage 2's Second And Final Major DLC Pack, TerrorMania, Is Out Now

    Rage 2 has received its second major expansion, TerrorMania, which transports you to the "twisted and cursed alternate reality" of the Deadlands to battle a skeleton army. This DLC brings new lands to explore, new enemies, and a sword weapon, the Sword of Transitus. Protagonist Ranger Walker...
  3. Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Commit To New Platform Policies

    Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Commit To New Platform Policies

    At a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) public panel on microtransactions in video games, the Entertainment Software Association announced that all three console platform-holders have agreed to a voluntary change in their policies toward loot boxes. Though the ESA's Michael Warnecke defended the...
  4. Amid Plagiarism Accusation, Bethesda Removes Elder Scrolls Tabletop Game Adventure

    Amid Plagiarism Accusation, Bethesda Removes Elder Scrolls Tabletop Game Adventure

    An Elder Scrolls tabletop RPG scenario has been pulled following accusations of plagiarism. The "Elsweyr" adventure, released as a promotion for The Elder Scrolls Online's upcoming expansion of the same name, shared striking similarities with a Dungeons & Dragons adventure titled "The Black...
  5. Rage 2 System Requirements Revealed As Game Goes Gold

    Rage 2 System Requirements Revealed As Game Goes Gold

    Bethesda's next big game, Rage 2, is almost here. The game arrives on May 14, and ahead of that, Bethesda has announced that the PS4, Xbox One, and PC game has "gone gold," while the publisher also confirmed the game's minimum and recommended settings for PC. "Going gold" means development on...
  6. Wolfenstein: Youngblood Release Date Announced For PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood Release Date Announced For PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood was unveiled at E3 2018, promising a co-op trip through Paris, set in the 1980s. Now, publisher Bethesda has announced the game's release date of July 26. In addition, the company has revealed more details about its cooperative play. Specifically, it stated those who...
  7. Bethesda Bringing Rage 2, Doom Eternal, Fallout 76, and More to Steam

    Bethesda Bringing Rage 2, Doom Eternal, Fallout 76, and More to Steam

    Upcoming titles will be available on both the Bethesda store and Steam Players who are interested in Bethesda titles like Fallout 76 have been exclusively launching those games through the Bethesda Store, as the publisher hasn’t made the game available on platforms like Steam. The Bethesda...
  8. Dragons Heading To Elder Scrolls Online In New Updates

    Dragons Heading To Elder Scrolls Online In New Updates

    Bethesda Softworks today unveiled its 2019 plans for The Elder Scrolls Online, including a new story chapter called Elsweyr, part of a four-part story arc that will include dragons, a first for the fantasy online multiplayer game. Many of the update’s details were already known, due to a leak...
  9. Fallout Classic Is Free For Anyone Who Played Fallout 76 In 2018

    Fallout Classic Is Free For Anyone Who Played Fallout 76 In 2018

    It's no secret that the latest Fallout game got off to a rocky start when it launched in November--just read our Fallout 76 review for an overview of its issues. But developer Bethesda has promised to make it up to players. One way the company is doing that is by giving a copy of the Fallout...
  10. Fallout 76 Patches And Updates For January Outlined

    Fallout 76 Patches And Updates For January Outlined

    Bethesda continues to iron out issues in Fallout 76, with a couple of new patches on the way for the game soon. In a new post on its website, the developer shared details on some of the tweaks and changes it'll be rolling out for the online RPG this month. The first update is slated to arrive...
  11. Fallout 76 Getting New PvP Mode, Player Vending, And More

    Fallout 76 Getting New PvP Mode, Player Vending, And More

    In an “Inside the Vault” post published on Jan. 1, Bethesda briefly announced some of the new features coming to Fallout 76 in 2019. We won’t know the details on these features until the full patch notes are published, but Bethesda said it aims to add player vending to the game and reveal...
  12. Bethesda Gives Details On Two Upcoming Fallout 76 Patches

    Bethesda Gives Details On Two Upcoming Fallout 76 Patches

    While Fallout 76 might not have gone over so well with critics, the game has already reached "millions" of players, Bethesda announced today. The title hasn't necessarily sold that many copies, but it's still a notable achievement. What's more, those who are playing are playing "a lot," Bethesda...
  13. Fallout 76 Final Beta Dates And Times Announced

    Fallout 76 Final Beta Dates And Times Announced

    Fallout 76 is approaching launch, and Bethesda has outlined the last few beta dates. Those mark your last chance to try it before launch, and Bethesda plans to let you import progress from the beta into the full game, so it's a bit like getting a head-start. According to the announcement, the...
  14. Fallout 76 PC Specs Announced By Bethesda

    Fallout 76 PC Specs Announced By Bethesda

    Bethesda has announced the minimum PC system requirements you'll need in order to run Fallout 76. You'll be able to try Fallout 76 on PC for the first time during the October 30 beta, and the progress you make will carry over into the full game when it launches. The PC specs for Fallout 76 are...
  15. Wolfenstein 3 Has Been Confirmed By Bethesda

    Wolfenstein 3 Has Been Confirmed By Bethesda

    When Bethesda announced the spinoff Wolfenstein: Youngblood at E3 this year, you might have wondered if Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was the end of the story for series protagonist BJ Blazkowicz. If you did, your worries are misplaced. Wolfenstein III is coming, Bethesda vice president of...
  16. Fallout 76 Won't Have Cross-Play Because of Sony

    Fallout 76 Won't Have Cross-Play Because of Sony

    Todd Howard, the Bethesda Game Studios director and creative leader behind the forthcoming Fallout 76, bluntly called out Sony when a German publication asked why that game wouldn’t support cross-platform play. “You cannot do cross-play in 76,” Howard said, according to GameStar.de (via CNET)...
  17. Quake Champions Is Free Forever If You Download Right Now

    Quake Champions Is Free Forever If You Download Right Now

    Quake Champions hasn't launched fully just yet, but that hasn't stopped publisher Bethesda from running a series of beta tests, as well as launching it on Steam in early access. However, that early access version costs $30 in the US, despite the final game being free-to-play. [Update: The free...
  18. Doom VFR will get its own PlayStation VR bundle

    Doom VFR will get its own PlayStation VR bundle

    Sony has announced another new PlayStation VR bundle, which will include a copy of Doom VFR. The bundle will retail for $399.99 and include the newest version of the PSVR headset, the PlayStation Camera peripheral and a disc with 13 PSVR demos. The new product is referred to as the PlayStation...
  19. Wolfenstein 2's Big New Update Out Now, Here's What's New

    Wolfenstein 2's Big New Update Out Now, Here's What's New

    A big new patch for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has arrived, adding the previously announced Xbox One X support, fixing bugs on PC, and adding new content to all platforms. Starting with the new content, people who pre-ordered Wolfenstein II or picked up the Season Pass can now play the...
  20. Skyrim Special Edition Gets Hardcore Survival Mode

    Skyrim Special Edition Gets Hardcore Survival Mode

    In beta on PC now, coming to consoles next month The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition will be getting a survival mode akin to the one for Fallout 4 that went into the game last spring. The mode will be delivered by Skyrim Creation Club, Bethesda Game Studios said in a blog post today...
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