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.
Bethesda didn't bring Fallout 4 to E3 2014 but they did show off another highly anticipated title: Doom 4. The first trailer brings back a familiar foe and teases the story.
Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim were two of the best-selling role-playing games from last generation. However, developer Bethesda almost didn't survive long enough to release those titles.
Bethesda recently confirmed to Gaming Bolt that the Xbox One rendition of Wolfenstein: The New Order would run at 1080p and 60 frames per second.
The Evil Within, the next survival horror game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, will be arriving this summer. Publisher Bethesda announced an August release date for the game on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Just as a preamble: I haven't installed Fallout 3 to check this for myself, but the data shows that this has happened and there are first-hand reports indicating that yes, Bethesda has updated Fallout 3 and they have removed the Games For Windows Live DRM check-in.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming, highly anticipated MMO set within the Elder Scrolls universe, The Elder Scrolls Online. The game takes all the tried and true theme-park designs and combines them with the longstanding mythos of The Elder Scrolls, finally giving gamers everything they've been craving: World of Warcraft gameplay with an Elder Scrolls storyline.
Bethesda will be announcing the first story-based DLC for Dishonored tomorrow. To get fans ready for more steampunk assassination, they've sent out a screenshot from this add-on.
Bethesda recently announced that the software development toolkit for id Software's RAGE has been made available on Steam. When I first spotted the news I was hoping it was the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine SDK, because there's a huge part of me that really wants to see Max Payne 3 mods and so, I must admit, I report this news with a bit of a sullen heart.
Oh boy, Bethesda really seems to be in the dog house when it comes to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. PR frontman for the company, Pete Hines, let loose the acknowledgment that all the problems with Skyrim on the PS3, including the huge delay in DLC, was entirely on Bethesda and is not Sony's fault.
Lately, Bethesda's Pete Hines seems to have found himself in the shadow of EA's Peter Moore and Frank Gibeau, when it comes to PR talking points. In a recent interview, the PR frontman for Bethesda talked up a number of things regarding recent and upcoming games from the company, including how they handle value versus content.
Bethesda's PR guru Pete Hines then admits that things aren't looking too good for the future of DLC on the PS3. Cue angry PS3 gamers. Today, Pete Hines is saying that gamers should be happy that they have the main game and that us gamers don't buy games “on the promise of DLC”
Pete Hines, vice president of marketing at Bethesda, took to Twitter to explain what's up with the Skyrim DLC for the PS3, specifically Dawnguard and why future DLC for the PS3 has already been put on hold due to the current complications with Dawnguard. Even with help from Sony, according to Hines, it's a bit troubling to get things working for the PlayStation 3.