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Skyrim's Survival Mode Is Currently Free

With Bethesda's Creation Club now in full swing the company has decided to unleash a feature that is bound to entice gamers and even lure in a few skeptics of the Creation Club. How is Bethesda attempting to pull off such a feat? Well, by giving away _Skyrim's _Survival Mode for free.

Skyrim Is Free-To-Play This Weekend For The 10 People Who Don't Own It

For this weekend gamers who somehow haven't already purchased a copy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, will be able to play it for free all the way through to Monday. Not only can you play it, but it's based on the latest Skyrim: Special Edition, so you get all the latest bug fixes, glitch-squashes and updates.

Bethesda's Creation Club For Fallout 4 And Skyrim Is Now Live

One of the big new features for Bethesda's games is the Creation Club. It's available right now for Fallout 4 and for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The Creation Club will allow gamers to easily access various high-quality mods that have been made in collaboration between modders and Bethesda's developers.

Is Skyrim's Developer Working On A Game Of Thrones Project? Here's What We Know

Some new information has surfaced that has led some people to believe that Bethesda Softworks could be working on a new Game of Thrones project. Yes, that's right... the makers of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are rumored to be working on an adaptation of the HBO series that has taken the entertainment market by storm.

Why Bethesda Made Brink Free To Play

If you haven't been keeping up with the news lately, Bethesda recently made Splash Damage's 2011 outing, Brink, free-to-play over on Steam. You don't have to pay a dime for the game. It really came out of nowhere. However, there's a reason as to why the game went free-to-play, and Bethesda recently spoke about how it came to that decision.

Quake Champions Is Now In Early Access

Bethesda has been on a roll lately with getting people interested in first-person shooters. Doom rocked the marketplace last year with glowing reviews and respectably high sales. There's Wolfenstein 2 on the horizon this fall. Brink just went free-to-play, and now Quake Champions is available in Early Access on Steam.

Two Highly Anticipated Games Will Look Better On Xbox One X

One of the Xbox One X's biggest selling points is that games will look better on Microsoft's latest piece of hardware. While they've got first party teams improving various games, Bethesda has announced they're putting some additional TLC into a pair of titles to make sure they truly shine on the One X.

Zenimax Is Being Sued Over Fallout 4 Commercials

Zenimax, the parent company of Bethesda, is being sued by music artist Dion DiMucci in excess of $1 million for damages regarding using DiMucci's song "The Wanderer" in a trailer for Fallout 4.

Bethesda Shoots Down A Popular Fan Theory About Elder Scrolls And Fallout

With the popularity of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout reaching a fever pitch, many gamers have begun calculating and examining details about both and came up with a rather wacky (or not so wacky) summation of both games, but Bethesda has officially shot down the fan theory.

If Wolfenstein II Is Half As Good As The Trailer, It's Going To Be Amazing

The Bethesda E3 2017 showcase only lasted about 40 minutes, and one game took up about a fifth of that time. Thankfully, the beefy Wolfenstein II trailer was totally worth it.

The Evil Within 2 Trailer Has A Sad Pop Song, So you Know It's Good

Shinji Mikami, the grandfather of the survival-horror genre, is back with a new game... the sequel to The Evil Within. The game was unveiled during Bethesda's E3 press conference and it was accompanied by an extremely sad but very compelling pop song. I guess that lets you know that the game is going to be good, right?

Elder Scrolls Anthology Takes A Bullet For Gamer, Literally

You know how sometimes there are things in life where they're just so precious you can't afford to let them go no matter what? Baby photos, family jewels, collectible cards... limited edition memorabilia from your favorite game. Well, in one case instead of the gamer protecting his goods, the goods protected the gamer.

Quake Champions Open Beta Is Happening Sooner Than We Thought

It looks like Quake Champions is coming along smoothly, as Bethesda has announced that the open beta will be going live in the near future.

The Real Reason Prey Didn't Get A PC Demo

Bethesda and Arkane Studios pulled a surprise move with Prey, offering a rather lengthy demo for the console versions of the game. For the PC crowd feeling left out in the cold, however, the developer explains there's a good reason they decided not to offer a free taste on that particular platform.

Kickstarter Game Forced To Change Name Following Trademark Dispute From Bethesda

One of the most highly anticipated Kickstarted games that sort of went dark for a while has resurfaced. However, the game resurfaced with some rather uncomely news in the form of an announcement about having to change the name due to a trademark dispute from Bethesda.

How Many New Games Bethesda Will Likely Announce At E3

Everyone is curious about what Bethesda will have on hand at this year's E3, which is set to take place during the middle of June. While speculation and rumors have run rampant, there is a bit of a solid piece of information indicating exactly how many new games Bethesda will likely announce at E3.

Fallout Is Getting A Tabletop Game

Bethesda seems to have taken Fallout into the mainstream since the release of Fallout 4 back in 2015, along with the uber-popular mobile game Fallout Shelter. The company is now following up that momentum with a brand new way to play Fallout... as a tabletop game.

The Prey Demo Is Actually Coming Out Before The Game Is Released

With Prey set to arrive on May 5, Bethesda is doing a few things differently with the game's launch. For starters, they're bringing out an honest-to-goodness demo for the game. On top of that, said demo will actually be available before the game launches.

The Four Great Movies That Inspired Prey

Prey is one of those games that wears its inspirations proudly on it its sleeve. In fact, the team at Bethesda is so proud of their inspirations that they're working to bring a movie event to Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas featuring four of the films that helped lead to the upcoming sci-fi shooter.

New Prey Trailer Reveals Details On The Main Character

Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks released a new trailer specifically centered around the main character known as Morgan Yu. The unisex main character gets the main spotlight in the near four minute trailer that details the motivations and mysteries behind Yu in the upcoming Prey.

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