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Over the past couple of years it's become tradition to tune in to see what new games, products, hardware and announcements are in store from the major three platform manufacturers and top tier publishers. Well, some streaming details have been announced so you can know exactly where to go to get your digital E3 fix.
Bethesda is starting to lay the groundwork for their big showing at E3 this year in Los Angeles. To help build up the hype train for Dishonored 2 they've announced that the game will be launching on November 11 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
ZeniMax Online and Bethesda have some new content planned for the MMO The Elder Scrolls Online. It's called The Dark Brotherhood and is scheduled to come out on May 31 for PC and Mac, with the Xbox One and PS4 editions to follow a month later.
The DOOM open beta has finally gone live across all platforms, meaning folks looking to “fight like hell” can do exactly that, but only for the next couple of days.
Bethesda and id Software released some new footage of the DOOM multiplayer beta ahead of the open beta, which gets underway on April 15. The footage focuses on the very deep customization system that they have implemented into the upcoming first-person shooter.
Microsoft, Bethesda and Turn 10 Studios have partnered together to give Forza Motorsport 6 fans an opportunity to race around the tracks with the new Chryslus Rocket '69 from Fallout 4. The car can be obtained simply by playing Fallout 4 or Forza 6.
The upcoming beta for DOOM starts on April 15 and some new details have emerged on what gamers can expect to experience when they get their hands on the beta in the next couple of days. The game will feature a buffet of weapons across the limited inclusion of only two maps.
Gamers are more curious for this year's E3 conference from Bethesda than they are excited. Last year we had Fallout 4 and Dishonored 2 coming out of the woodwork. This year it's all a mystery, but Bethesda is promising that some of these new games will be playable to the public via demos.
With the impending launch of DOOM, Bethesda is gearing up to send players straight to hell. You can get a feel for what’s in store courtesy of a new live action trailer?
If you were hoping to explore more of the wastelands in Fallout 4, then you’re in luck. According to the team at Bethesda, the next batch of DLC, Far Harbor, is going to be pretty massive.
The more we see of the new and upcoming DOOM, the more we can’t wait for its release. And this new trailer shows off the best of the new brutal demon transformations, power weapons and even power-ups.
It's already that time of year again where registration has begun for Bethesda's QuakeCon. It seems like we were just coming off the massive QuakeCon 2015 where gameplay footage for Fallout 4 and DOOM were unveiled. Well, if you want to attend this year's event to see what Bethesda has up their sleeve there's an easy way for you to register.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play as Dogmeat? I'm sure someone, somewhere thought it was cool. Well, one modder has made it possible for you to play as Dogmeat in Fallout 4. The mod is mostly fully functional and offers gamers the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to survive in the wasteland as a canine.
While the campaign in DOOM is entertaining enough, the game is really about the multiplayer matches. And now Bethesda Softworks and id Software have released a new trailer that teases all nine of the multiplayer maps coming to the game—and they are as hellish as you were hoping.
With the DOOM release coming up later this Spring, fans are impatient as the release day draws nearer. DOOM captures an essence of childhood for many people, and the new DOOM installment from id Software shouldn’t be any different. Here are five things we know about the upcoming shooter favorite.