Fallout 76 BETA Dates for the week of Oct. 30 released alongside a Live Action trailer


Fallout 76 has been both a trick and a treat for fans looking to explore the Break-it Early Test Application. As part of their intentions of testing the servers and looking to data based on the tests, Bethesda has officially released this weeks schedule and an official Live Action trailer for Fallout 76.

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Rumor: Bethesda has dropped the ban hammer on a Fallout 76 Leaker


Have you ever REALLY wanted to talk about something that you probably shouldn’t because of an agreement you have made? One leaker of the Fallout 76 Stress Test may have actually been banned from not just Fallout 76, but also from Xbox services until 2019.

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Bethesda releases the full QuakeCon 2018 Schedule and Events


With QuakeCon’s doors officially opening on Thursday morning, Bethesda has officially given out the full schedule and list of events that have been planned for the course of this weekend including the QuakeCon reveal of DOOM Eternal’s first gameplay footage.

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The Fallout 76’s Break it Early Test Application to launch this October


As we quickly approach the Nov. 14, 2018, release date for Fallout 76, Bethesda has revealed that those that have pre-ordered Fallout 76 can expect to participate in the upcoming games B.E.T.A. this Oct. Here’s what you need to know.

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Bethesda releases the official QuakeCon 2018 schedule


With QuakeCon 2018 quickly approaching, Bethesda has officially revealed their plans for this years event, some including major activities such as the gameplay reveal of DOOM Eternal, an explosive, but deeper dive into the world of Fallout 76 and an expanded weekend of fun and events in the BYOC.

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Predicting Bethesda’s Fallout related announcement


With the release of Fallout 4 approaching nearly three years old, it seems that it’s almost time for something new from the Fallout universe and it seems Bethesda is ready to answer that call with an ominous live stream that went live just a little bit ago. Find out more about what’s going on as we look into this event.

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The Evil Within 2 First-Person Mode Now Available as Free Update

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The Evil Within 2, the smash-hit sequel to The Evil Within from Tango Gameworks has received its first piece of add-on content. Since our review that scored The Evil Within 2 at a 9.5 out of 10, has now received its first free add-on via a free update for the game. A first-person mode, which takes the game’s presence as a horror title to all new heights for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners of the game.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones DLC Out Next Month


The Elder Scrolls Online hasn’t been slow in any means regarding how much content it has received. Today, Bethesda has released the first bit of details regarding the games upcoming Dragon Bones DLC Pack, which is set to release next month for PC and consoles and will feature two new dungeons as well as minor additions to the game.

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Quake Champions to Receive New Content Thursday


Since the launch of Quake Champions in Early Access, renowned developed id Software has been hard at work improving the game, implementing new features, and adding new content when presented with a chance to do so. This Thursday, Dec 14, Quake Champions will receive what could easily be considered one of the largest updates for players to download.

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Review: Prey – In Space, No One Hears You Scream

+An incredibly well written story that will drive you through 40+ hours of gameplay
+Easily stands beside games such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution and System Shock
+Insanely large amounts of freedom to explore
+Typhon enemies are unique in design as well as their originality
+Zero G sequences are a fresh breath of air in the first person genre
+Strong FPS mechanics that serve well in the horror-survival elements the game offers
+Headphones are absolutely a must to enjoy the amazing depth of sound quality and music

-Not beginner friendly at all
-Fabricator is overly relied upon
-Inventory fills up entirely too fast due to materials
-Resource management is painful to deal with and rather tedious


When first looking at the title Prey, many may relate it to the 3D Realms published game of the same title. It was a game that took us on an adventure through space as protagonist Domasi Tawodi (Tommy for short) who lived on a Cheeroke Reservation in Oklahoma. His job was simple in the original, he was a mechanic who just happened to end up on the wrong side of a bad bargain.

After the game was rallied to obtain a sequel through Bethesda Zenimax, the title seemingly fell into obscurity since it was rarely spoken of, but when it was there was always trouble behind the door. It wasn’t until last year that publisher Bethesda Softworks came out at QuakeCon 2016 with an ambitious idea: A reboot. With their announcement, fans sat bewildered by the inconceivable thought, which left fans curious to what was going on.

Within the past few weeks, we’ve been able to sit with a copy of Prey on a PlayStation 4 and a PlayStation 4 Pro in order to see the differences in performance, but that’s not where we will begin. Prey by far is one of the most ambitious titles to come out of Arkane Studios (DishonoredDishonored 2) and it even sought out to distance itself from those two titles with quite a bit of easy. While reviewing, you must keep in mind that games are usually pushed out quick for their reviews. Some getting only a few days gameplay time, while others merely a few hours. Luckily for us, Bethesda is a company that is patient, and prefers reviews to take time before being published, which fortunately for us, is the same case we have here with the game Prey.

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