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.
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.
During QuakeCon 2019, we were able to sit down with Hugo Martin and Marty Stratton in order to talk about DOOM Eternal ahead of DOOM Eternal’s November 22nd, 2019, release date.
During QuakeCon 2019, ZeniMax Online’s Rich Lambert confirmed some massive changes coming to The Elder Scrolls Online, the biggest starting later this year, focusing heavily on performance for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One users.
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.
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After a long weekend of gameplay reveals, hands-on time with DOOM Eternal, and a glimpse back through the history of both DOOM and The Elder Scrolls Online, alongside upcoming changes to Fallout 76; Bethesda has revealed the official dates of August 6th through August 9th, 2020, for QuakeCon 2020.
As fans from the states prepare to rip and tear their way into the Year of Doom, Bethesda has just revealed some mighty big news: QuakeCon is coming to London, this July.
July is going to be hotter than Hell when Bethesda arrives alongside many of the studios under their massive umbrella and 2019 is already looking to be the biggest year yet.