With less than a week until QuakeCon at Home 2021, Bethesda has outlined their upcoming plans for the event, which includes special charities initiatives, giveaways, sales, Twitch Team’s, and plenty more.Continue reading
Microsoft and Bethesda announced a plethora of games during E3 2021, and two of their heaviest hitters, well, they’re going to be drawing in a lot of attention later this year and in 2022. Here’s your first look at Starfield and Redfall.Continue reading
While Bethesda and MachineGames don’t have much to show at this time, they have confirmed a new Indiana Jones game is in development at this time.Continue reading
Bethesda and Arkane Lyon have officially locked in on May 21st, 2021, the release date for the hotly anticipated next-gen title, Deathloop. Pre-orders are now open on PC and PlayStation 5.Continue reading
Bethesda has revealed that both The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal are coming to next-gen consoles rather soon. Will you rip or tear or become the next big adventurer in all of Tamriel on next-gen consoles?Continue reading
Fallout 76 fans have only a short while longer as the Wanderers are making their way to Appalachia, preparing to populate the Appalachian Wasteland once again. Here’s what you need to know, especially those brand-new features.
Bethesda has launched the Fallout 1st subscription model for Fallout 76 that includes creature comforts, some cosmetics, and uh… Those once said to be free private servers?
During QuakeCon 2019, Bethesda’s Jeff Gardiner (Project Lead, Bethesda Game Studios), Tom Mustaine, Co-Studio Director (Bethesda Game Studios), Mark Tardiff (Co-Studio Director, Bethesda Game Studios), Chris Mayer (Development Director, Bethesda Game Studios), who discussed upcoming changes to Fallout 76, some of the changes coming soon.
Fallout 76 is about to get crazy with brand new NPCs, new main story quests, and a 52 player Battle Royale mode that will see nukes, power armor, and a wide variety of guns come into play. Here’s everything we know.
During E3 2019, Bethesda has revealed that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is preparing to head to the Nintendo Switch this fall and will feature cross-platform progression between iOS and Android.