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Fallout 4's fast-approaching release has left a lot of gamers with a lot of questions. Bethesda has been quite open with the process of how they're handling content in the upcoming open-world, action-RPG and they're also quick to explain why mod tools won't be available at launch.
If you didn't nab one of the special editions of Fallout 4 during its very small release window, then you may well be finding yourself without one of your very own.
It wasn't enough to blow audiences around the world away with Fallout 4 and its multitude of features during E3 2015. Bethesda went one step further and offered a free-to-play app that would be made available right after the Bethesda Showcase. And it's making quite the racket when it comes to monetary success.
Fallout is one of those series where people never begged for multiplayer. It was more like “Wouldn't it be cool if Fallout had multiplayer?” Well, game director Todd Howard for the upcoming Fallout 4 was thinking the exact same thing, but came away convinced multiplayer wasn't right for the experience.
Every E3, the biggest gaming companies hold press conferences to make a series of announcements. They show off gameplay demos, reveal never-before-seen games and more.
If you played Elder Scrolls Online back when it was in Beta but never purchased your very own copy, ZeniMax Media is giving you a second chance. This weekend, ESO will be free for former Beta testers.
Bethesda is no stranger to legal controversy. Of course, they're usually the ones initiating the legal action against someone, and in this scenario Bethesda doesn't disappoint. So why are they going after an indie dev? Because of the name of the game... Fortress Fallout.
Don't get your hopes up too high. Just get your hopes up a little bit. Bethesda has announced that for the very first time they will be hosting a live, full E3 briefing at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California. The Briefing will take place on Sunday, June 14th, 2015. What does this mean? It means Fallout 4 might be announced at E3 2015.
Bethesda has announced that Prey 2 has officially been cancelled. Not just lightly cancelled, not just moderately cancelled... but hard cancelled. If this were a movie Prey 2 would have been Cancelled Hard: With A Vengeance.
The Evil Within is locked at 30 frames per second on the PC. However, you can change that through one of the game's many cheat codes.
Well, Shinji Mikami's upcoming third-person horror-survival title is doing away with some of the hand-holding and going more-so for the whole “punish the player” tactic that made gaming so much fun in the yesteryears of the industry.
The Halloween season is officially upon us, which means it’s the perfect time to curl up with a game like The Evil Within and enjoy a few evenings of chills, thrills and gore aplenty. Thankfully, the game has now gone gold and we’ve been filled in on the system requirements, so all you’ve got to do now is wait for the Oct. 16 launch date and enjoy a bloody good time.
Bethesda gave PewDiePie some exclusive hands-on play time with their upcoming horror title, The Evil Within. The game is being made by the legendary Shinji Mikami and his new team at Tango Gameworks.
Zenimax is rolling out their big event today called QuakeCon. The annual convention will allow gamers to witness new announcements and gameplay from popular titles under the Zenimax corporate umbrella in real-time, thanks to live-streaming taking place right now of QuakeCon 2014.
Bethesda recognizes that they have an uphill battle ahead of them with Doom 4. Vice president of PR and marketing Pete Hines acknowledged in a new interview that they won't get a "free pass" from the public.