Bethesda has revealed the Nintendo Switch release date for DOOM Eternal, which will land on the hand-held console hybrid on December 8th as a digital-only release ahead of its launch. Here’s what you need ahead of its launch.Continue reading
DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1 promises to expand upon the series, bringing the DOOM universe into full perspective and taking Slayers on a bigger, bolder, and even more metal experience than before. Here’s our review for DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1.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
Geoff Keighley has revealed that the world premier for the first DLC expansion for DOOM Eternal will be revealed during Gamescom on August 27th.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
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.
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.
DOOM Eternal is one of the largest names in the gaming industry as it picks up traditions that its 2016 predecessor established. Now, it’s promising a bigger, bloodier and meaner experience than before. Is it what we needed or does it find itself struggling with new gameplay mechanic introductions and returns of classic foes?
Bethesda and id Software have confirmed the cancellation of QuakeCon 2019 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The cancellation is to protect their fans, workers, volunteers, and the general community from the potential of becoming infected with the virus.