The Dark Heart of Skyrim adventure will conclude with the release of the Markarth zone DLC. The content is set to drop this November for all currently available platforms.Continue reading
Microsoft has purchased ZeniMax Media for more than $7.5bn, leaving the future of Bethesda games to release as a case-by-case basis. Bethesda’s SVP, Global Marketing and Communications, Pete Hines has opened up regarding the acquisition.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
With QuakeCon 2020 having been delayed due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Bethesda has officially outlined their plans for the event, which includes in-home tournaments, giveaways, and plenty more. Here’s the details.Continue reading
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor expansion brings the famed MMO into the realm of Western Skyrim in its latest release, visiting familiar locales from the franchise and gives a deeper look into the history of the lands as they wrought with turmoil and a mysterious enemy that sought to destroy everything.
Due to the COVID-19, for the first time in 25 years, QuakeCon will be held on a global scale from the safety of our very won homes. In order to help things become even more unique, Bethesda is bringing the fun to their fans, from the comfort of their living rooms.
Fallout has always had a lot to offer. Fallout is a series that continues to amaze with its post-apocalyptic setting in a world where Nucleac War has made it one giant wasteland. Now, Bethesda and Amazon have revealed their team up with Westworld Creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy through their studio Kilter Films. Here is what you need to know.
Adventurers can now head into the Greymoor chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, where they will discover the truth about the Dark Heart of Skyrim and explore the snow-capped peaks of Western Skyrim.
PC players no longer have to wait as they can finally set foot into the next major content drop for The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, which has finally landed on PC and will arrive on consoles on June 9th, 2020.
Just when you thought DOOM Eternal couldn’t get any tougher, id Software and Bethesda, have revealed that empowered demons have made their way into the game, bringing with them increased difficulty as well as a new way to see just how mean of a slayer you actually are.