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  • Blog Post: Layoffs Hit The Elder Scrolls Online Developer ZeniMax Online

    Bethesda has confirmed to Game Informer that there have been layoffs at the company. The job reductions were focused on staff working on The Elder Scrolls Online’s launch in development and customer support. “As is the norm for games of this type, we had ramped up a large workforce to develop... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Will Scare Up Some Fun At The PAX Evil Within Experience

    Bethesda is getting set to release The Evil Within in about a month and half. To celebrate, the publisher is holding a special event at PAX, where you’ll have a chance to play the game in an atmospheric location. The event will take place on Saturday, August 30, from 8 p.m. until midnight, at The... More
  • Blog Post: Solve A Puzzle, Earn The Evil Within Achievement Guide

    Bethesda and Tango Gameworks have released the achievement and trophy list for the upcoming The Evil Within. From what we understand, the game isn’t exactly easy. So why should getting getting this list be either? Instead of just posting the list, you’ll have to match up the achievements... More
  • Blog Post: Vote On The Alternate The Evil Within Cover, Enter To Win A Free Signed Copy

    Bethesda announced on their blog today that what The Evil Within’s alternate box cover looks like is up to the fans. The publisher has released three different cover designs, and the one voted most popular via an online poll will be the reverse sleeve of the launch edition of the game. You can... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Games Go On Sale In Celebration Of QuakeCon

    QuakeCon kicked off yesterday with two big announcements. The Elder Scrolls Online has come to Steam (in both vanilla and Imperial flavors). And Doom looks mighty good (you can read executive editor Andrew Reiner’s account of the demo for more). In celebration of the event in Texas, Bethesda is... More
  • Blog Post: The Evil Within To Release One Week Early

    After a previous delay, Bethesda's chilling survival horror game's release has now been moved up a week. The game, which is being developed by Tango Gameworks, a studio founded by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, had been slated for August, but was eventually moved back to an October 21 launch... More
  • Blog Post: 'I've Been Designing My Orc's Liver For Five Hours Now - This Is Awesome'

    A new Onion video lampoons the complex character creator of The Elder Scrolls Online. The video (which is actually sponsored by Bethesda, which apparently has a good sense of humor about its games), takes a few shots at the game industry's obsession with increasingly detailed character creation modes... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus Calls Zenimax Lawsuit ‘Misleading' And 'Unjust’ In Court Filing

    Last month, Bethesda Softworks and Id Software parent Zenimax filed suit against Oculus VR for misappropriation of intellectual property . Today, Oculus has filed its formal response with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. In the filing, Oculus asserts that Zenimax is... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Fallout Games Return To Steam

    War never changes, but in this case, it left for a while and came back. In January, publishing rights for classic Fallout games transferred from Interplay to Bethesda . At that time, the titles were removed from GoG and Steam. Now, Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are available once more on Steam... More
  • Blog Post: Doom E3 Trailer Is A Tease For QuakeCon

    The most subtle Doom has ever been is when it was announced in conjunction with a pre-order bonus for Wolfenstein: The New Order. Today, Bethesda starts to spin up the large, gruesome combat we are hoping to find in Id Software's next title. The E3 teaser for the new title, which is simply called... More
  • Blog Post: Witness The Second-Person Shooter In Parody Wolfenstein Video

    Bethesda recently partnered with parody news site The Onion in order to create a handful of videos related to its games. The latest imagines Wolfenstein as a second person shooter. In the video, players listen to a man describe the act of playing the game from a second person perspective, as opposed... More
  • Blog Post: [Confirmed] The Elder Scrolls Online Delayed For Xbox One, PS4

    Update: Bethesda has confirmed that The Elder Scrolls Online is delayed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The company assures that it is working as quickly as possible to get the game to console players, but that it could take up to six additional months. The delay stems from integrating the MMO systems... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Compensates The Elder Scrolls Online Players With Free Time

    Recently Bethesda and The Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online Studios postponed its 1.0.6 patch dealing partly with gold farmers. Now the company has posted extensive notes about its patch plans. The developer is pushing weekly updates as well as Update 1 (coming at some point), which features... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] The Elder Scrolls Online Patch Blasts Bots And Gold Farmers

    Update : Bethesda has postponed the rollout of 1.0.6 and the maintenance planned for today. We'll update when the patch is scheduled for deployment. Original Story: Bethesda and Zenimax Online have rolled out a new patch for The Elder Scrolls Online. The latest update, 1.0.6, fixes some quest issues... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Wolfenstein: The New Order Live Right Now, Right Here

    If you didn't have the opportunity to attend PAX East and see Wolfenstein: The New Order in action. You've got another chance right now. Bethesda is streaming the game right now on its Twitch channel. You can head here to watch the latest from the title and chat with other fans and the team.... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Offers Statement Regarding Item Duping Bug In The Elder Scrolls Online

    Game Informer has received a statement from Bethesda regarding the recent bug allowing players to clone items . A representative from Bethesda offered the following statement: Yesterday, we identified an item duping bug in ESO that some players chose to exploit. We acted quickly, and have since fixed... More
  • Blog Post: Why Did Bethesda Trademark 'Nuka Cola'?

    Update: A Bethesda representative has responded to our request for comment. "We are simply protecting an important mark that is associated with one of our most popular franchises," the representative told us via email. Original Story: Bethesda has recently filed three trademark applications... More
  • Blog Post: Five Million People Registered For The Elder Scrolls Online Beta

    The Elder Scrolls Online brings fans of Bethesda’s open world RPG series together at long last tomorrow. In celebration of the impending launch, Zenimax Online Studios has shared statistics racked up on the road to release. More than five million people registered for The Elder Scrolls Online beta... More
  • Blog Post: Wolfenstein: The New Order Panzerhund Edition Revealed, Game Not Included

    Machine Games’ Wolfenstein: The New Order takes place in an alternate reality in which the Nazis built giant robotic dogs. Today, Bethesda is offering you the chance to give one of them a loving home. Wolfenstein will be getting a $100 Panzerhund Edition that comes with everything you see in the... More
  • Blog Post: Early Access Dates And Times Announced For The Elder Scrolls Online

    In a recent Reddit AMA on The Elder Scrolls subreddit , Bethesda and developer Zenimax revealed exactly when early access customers can start playing the game. The game officially launches on April 4, but those who pre-order the game from Bethesda's website will get a five day head-start on the game... More
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