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.
During QuakeCon 2018, Bethesda and id Software casually tweeted about the news of a Nintendo Switch version of the upcoming sequel to DOOM and now, we may get to save Luigi from his death and.. Uh… Time in Hell? What did you do to all those poor Goombas Luigi?
At QuakeCon 2018, Bethesda Game Studios’ Todd Howard took tp the stage to discuss their ambitious first-ever online installment to the Fallout universe with Fallout 76 and what fans should expect when it launches this November.
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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QuakeCon 2018 is quickly approaching us with only a week left before the Annual Greeting event begins. In order to help pass the time once the showroom floor begins to close, we’ve decided to compile 10 things you must absolutely do while in Dallas, TX.
With less than two weeks left until QuakeCon 2018, David reflects back on what has led up to his excitement to attend the event and why he’s looking forward to QuakeCon 2018 in Dallas, TX, at the Gaylord Texan.
Taking place from August 9, 2018, until August 12, 2018, at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. Celebrating the 23rd year, Bethesda, id Software, and exhibitors have a weekend full of fun planned for those attending including possible upcoming game reveals, exclusive giveaways, and even some surprising announcements. Also, you can adopt puppies and dogs. Also, Swag. There will be Swag Bags.
He sits to attention, hands on mouse and keyboard, glasses dipped partially down over his nose, his cheeks tense with anticipation. His beard is now white at 59, his smile slightly more weathered than before, but his intent on besting whatever challenge is thrown up on screen has never wavered. For 31 years, I’ve shared these sorts of experiences with my father, and will cherish the time ahead now it seems so limited.