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  • 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: Craglorn Comes Alive In The Elder Scrolls Online's Latest Update

    The Elder Scrolls Online has now been updated to version 1.1.2. There's more going on than that drab number might lead you to believe. The biggest change that it brings is the addition of a new adventure zone, Craglorn. Bethesda recommends that players be veteran rank 10 or higher before entering... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Oculus Responds To Zenimax And Id Officially Filing Suit

    Update: Oculus has offered a statement regarding the legal action taken against it by Zenimax and Id Software. Here's the official statement from Oculus Rift: The lawsuit filed by ZeniMax has no merit whatsoever. As we have previously said, ZeniMax did not contribute to any Oculus technology. Oculus... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus Claims Carmack Left Id After Being Barred From VR Work

    Oculus VR has provided Game Informer with a more detailed statement related to Zenimax’s claims of intellectual property theft . Last week, the Bethesda Softworks parent alleged that Oculus is using unlicensed technology in its virtual reality work. The claim stems from allegations that Id co-founder... More
  • Blog Post: Zenimax Claims Oculus/Palmer Luckey Misappropriated Its Intellectual Property

    Update: In light of Zenimax's legal action , we've updated the wording of this news post to better reflect Zenimax's claims against Oculus. Update: John Carmack has commented on the claims made by Zenimax."No work I have ever done has been patented," Carmack said via Twitter . "Zenimax... 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: 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
  • Blog Post: Todd Hollenshead Departs Id Software

    Since 1996, Todd Hollenshead has been the man at the top of Id Software. Today, that era comes to a close. IGN has reported, and Bethesda has confirmed, that Hollenshead has left the company. Hollenshead served as Id's CEO until the company was purchased by Zenimax in 2009, at which point his title... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition Available Now

    The Legendary Edition of Skyrim, which gathers the game and all its DLC into one convenient package, released today. If you haven't played Skyrim yet, this is a great way to dive in. You'll get the full game, the Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn DLCs, and all the editions that were added... More
  • Blog Post: [Updated] No, The Elder Scrolls: Arena Is Not Coming Back

    [Update] Bethesda has informed Game Informer that the listing is a clerical mixup and that there is "no new version of the game coming." [Original Story] A listing for a multiplatform title called The Elder Scrolls: Arena has popped up on the Australian government's ratings website. A reader... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda To "Make More Noise" This Year

    It's an ambiguous quote, but it also has large implications for what Bethesda has in store for the future. In a recent episode of the OXM Podcast , company vice-president Pete Hines said, "I think you'll hear us making considerably more noise this year than we did last year, as a publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online Gameplay Footage Leaks Online

    Update: Unfortunately, the footage has already been pulled. It was fun while it lasted. [Original Story] Nearly 20 minutes of gameplay footage from the upcoming Elder Scrolls Online MMO has appeared online. Considering this footage isn't directly from ZeniMax or Bethesda, it seems like its not supposed... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim DLC Hearthfire Launches On PC

    PC players can now build their own homes in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with the release of Hearthfire on Steam. The content costs $4.99. Hearthfire released on Xbox Live early last month. Bethesda was unable to provide an update on the release of Skyrim download content for PlayStation 3. For a breakdown... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim DLC 'Hearthfire' Announced

    Ever wanted to build your own house in Skyrim? You'll soon be able to in the upcoming download content add-on Hearthfire, due out on September 4. The content costs 400 Microsoft Points. Check out the video walkthrough below that shows off all the new features. More
  • Blog Post: What If Skyrim Had Ended Differently?

    Skyrim was an epic game, with an epic ending, but the game's events could have played out differently. Once you unlock the power of shouts, are they really that easy to control? We all want to be loved.The humorist at HowItShouldHaveEnded show us how powerful that drive can be. [Source: Dorkly ] More
  • Blog Post: Why Hasn't Bethesda Announced Dawnguard For PS3 Or PC?

    The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's first downloadable expansion, Dawnguard, was originally planed as a 30-day exclusive for Microsoft. That expired yesterday, but there is still no word on a PS3 or PC release for Dawnguard. In a recent Twitter post , vice president of Bethesda Softworks Pete Hines said... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim DLC Dawnguard Goes Live Tomorrow

    Get ready to embrace your inner vampire. Bethesda's hit RPG, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim gets it's first taste of DLC tomorrow with the release of Dawnguard. Dawnguard is a timed Xbox exclusive. It releases tomorrow, June 26, for 1600 Microsoft Points. Read our hands on impressions here . More
  • Blog Post: Doom 3 BFG Edition Zeroes In On Release Date

    Bethesda announced that an enhanced version of Doom 3 would be coming this fall, but they didn't provide a release date beyond that vague time frame. That's changed, with news that the Doom 3 BFG Edition is coming this October. More specifically, the game is releasing Oct. 19 on the PC, PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Is Hearth Fire Another Skyrim DLC Add-on?

    ZeniMax Media, the company responsible for publishing Bethesda’s legendary The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, has filed a trademark for what may be another piece of DLC. The name of the trademark is Hearth Fire, which is likely a reference to a skill book in Skyrim of the same name. The skill book’s... More
  • Blog Post: ZeniMax Files Dragonborn Trademark

    Skyrim publisher ZeniMax Media has already filed a trademark on the dragonshout sound Fus Ro Dah , and now the publisher is continuing to lock down its property by trademarking the word Dragonborn. According to the trademark ZeniMax filed, Dragonborn is any “individual who has been born with the... More
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