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Multiplayer in Bethesda's Elder Scrolls and Fallout games have always been a much-requested feature from some members of the gaming community. Due to the buggy Gamebryo engine and the structure of the games, multiplayer was never on the table. However, modders have taken it upon themselves to finish what Bethesda never started.
Bethesda is working with peripheral manufacturer Subpac on two new Fallout themed gaming devices. What are they? They are tactile vibration feedback vests. Essentially you will be able to feel the impact of games, literally. The two devices work in very much the same way but are designed for different gaming setups.
Bethesda still hasn't released the modding toolkit for Fallout 4 but modders are finding new ways to improve the game drastically with a little creativity and ingenuity. Take for example the Fallout 4 Seasons mod, which adds spring, summer, fall and winter themes to the game – it's an impressive feat using just texture and mesh replacements.
A man is taking legal action because his enjoyment for a game destroyed his life.
There has been some negative backlash with the videos and reveals of Fallout 4 content, and Bethesda marketing chief Pete Hines has taken it upon himself to respond to it.
Looking for a place to call your own in Elder Scrolls Online? Well it might be a little while away, but for the first time the ESO team has confirmed that the feature is coming. In the meantime, here are some of the coolest housing systems ever.
There's a total conversion mod in the works called Enderal. It's literally a brand new game with an all new story, characters, enemies, locations and visually overhauled using Boris Vorontsov's popular ENB visual mod.
If you missed out on the leaked Fallout 4 Gamescom footage, there’s still a chance you can clap your peepers on some extremely low quality glimpses at the upcoming title. All you have to do is visit a porn site.
This probably shouldn't come as a surprise but, in case you were hoping to hear some news on Elder Scrolls VI any time in the near future, you're going to be very disappointed.
How far would you go in your favorite game if you had to play it as an infant? This one determined gamer decided to play through the entirety of Fallout 3 as a baby. You read that right: a baby.
When Fallout 4 was officially announced during Bethesda's E3 showcase, the crowds went wild. But it wasn't until the game was shown off proper that it called for celebration. Fallout 4's demonstration to the press revealed an absolutely massive game with tons of content simply oozing from its pores.
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.