Home Tags Bethesda

Tag: Bethesda

Doom Eternal Preview: Ultra-Nightmare hurt me plenty

I went in cocky for my 3 hour hands-on with Doom Eternal. I figured I could, because hey -- I was the first console...

Elder Scrolls Online Skyrim update coming in May 2020

The Elder Scrolls Online Skyrim update will be available from May 2020, taking players to Western Skyrim and introducing us to vampires, new dunegons and much...

New Doom Eternal trailer all about its enemies

A new Doom Eternal trailer has been released and shows off a range of challenging enemies. "Get a glimpse at brand-new enemies like the Marauder...

Wolfenstein Youngblood update adds NVIDIA ray tracing support

A new Wolfenstein Youngblood update adds NVIDIA ray tracing support alongside a performance boost. "With ray tracing enabled, you can marvel at ray-traced reflections throughout each of Wolfenstein:...

Bethesda seeking PC testers for Fallout 76 Wastelanders update

Bethesda is inviting Fallout 76 players to test the upcoming (but delayed) NPC-bringing Wastelanders update. Those on PC can register for the private Wastelanders server...

Bethesda adds quick saves, 60 FPS, more to Doom, Doom 2

Bethesda has updated Doom and Doom 2, adding add-on support, 60 frames-per-second (FPS) support, quick save functionality and more. Here's a detailed look at what's been added thanks...

Elder Scrolls Legends development put on hold

Elder Scrolls Legends development has been placed on hold, Bethesda said of its card-based title. "We decided to put any new content development or releases on...

Google Stadia launch library increases to 22 on launch day

Google Stadia has launched in select markets today, surprisingly bumping its launch library from 12 games to 22. Here's the new list of launch titles...

Bethesda has opened a new developer called Roundhouse Studios

Bethesda has opened a new developer, Roundhouse Studios, and already has it working on unannounced projects. It's actually more of a rebirth, as Roundhouse is...

Wolfenstein Youngblood update 1.0.7 brings new mission

Wolfenstein Youngblood update 1.0.7 is now live, offering a new mission, a new mission type, new abilities and more. The patch is live across all...

Friendly Fire Show 147: Reviews stranding

Holy hell, Stevivor's Ben Salter and Steve Wright are back and have about a month of reviews to catch up on... in the period...

Bethesda to refund Fallout 76 customers in Australia

Bethesda will refund select Fallout 76 customers in Australia, the ACCC has announced. In a statement, the ACCC said it "has accepted a court-enforceable undertaking from...

Steam Halloween Sale 2019 on now, offering spooky discounts

The Steam Halloween Sale 2019 is on now, offering up devlish discounts on a range of horrific titles including our personal favourite, Resident Evil 2. Here...

Fallout 1st subscribers say they’re buying used servers

Those who've dropped up to $180 AUD on a Fallout 1st subscription to Fallout 76 are complaining that the private servers they've purchased as part of the deal...

Bethesda acquires Canadian mobile dev Alpha Dog Games

Bethesda today announced it has acquired Alpha Dog Games, a mobile game developer based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Alpha Dog Studios was founded in 2012...

Fallout 1st is a Fallout 76 subscription that costs $180 AUD/year

Fallout 1st is a Fallout 76 subscription that can be purchased in monthly or yearly installments, Bethesda today announced. The subscription service offers private worlds...

The Outer Worlds Review: Obsidian does it again

Obsidian knows how to do RPGs -- arguably better than powerhouses like Bethesda Game studios; in fact, many regard Obsidian's Fallout New Vegas as...

Fallout 76 NPC DLC delayed into 2020

Fallout 76 NPC DLC has been delayed into the first quarter of 2020, Bethesda Game Studios today advised. The Wasterlanders DLC, first announced back at...

Doom Eternal delayed to March 2020

Doom Eternal has been delayed to March 2020, Bethesda today confirmed. Now expected on 20 March 2020, Bethesda advised the delay was made to "deliver the...

E3 organisers suggest overhaul to “control content and the message”

The Electronic Software Association (ESA), organisers of the yearly E3 games exhibition in Los Angeles, have suggested sweeping changes in an effort to "control...