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  • Blog Post: Tremendous QuakeCon 2015 Sale On Bethesda Games For PC, PlayStation, And Xbox

    Not at QuakeCon 2015? No worries! You can get into the spirit of Bethesda and id Software's big event by taking advantage of solid savings across PC and consoles. The biggest, flashiest deal is the Bethesda QuakeCon 2015 bundle on Steam. You can save 70% on this collection of awesome Bethesda games... More
  • Blog Post: QuakeCon Attendees Who Gave Blood Last Year Saved 320 Lives

    American Red Cross' blood drive at last year's QuakeCon was a huge success, so much so that they reached out to Bethesda Softworks and id Software and asked if they could be a part of this year's show. During QuakeCon 2015's opening keynote today, Pete Hines, Bethesda's vice president... More
  • Blog Post: The Fallout Anthology Stuffs Series' Entire PC Library Into A Nuke

    Bethesda announced today at QuakeCon 2015 that Fallout fans can buy an entire bundled collection of every title in the series released on PC. The physical edition of the collection also comes packaged in a cool nuclear bomb replica. At least, we think it's a replica. The collection includes five... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored Definitive Edition Gets Release Date & Discounts

    Bethesda is trying to entice Dishonored fans to purchase the upcoming Definitive Edition of the game with discounts for returning players. A Bethesda spokesperson confirmed with us that if you own the download version of the original game , you'll get a substantial discount on the Definitive Edition... More
  • Blog Post: Players Purchased $5.1 Million's Worth Of Lunchboxes In Fallout Shelter

    Bethesda's Fallout-themed simulation of post-apocalyptic life in a vault is raking in a lot of bottle caps. The free-to-play Fallout Shelter made $5.1 million for Bethesda in the first two weeks of its release. Bethesda first announced Fallout Shelter a month ago during E3 2015. The reveal of the... More
  • Blog Post: Todd Howard Explains How Skyrim’s Bugs Should Improve Fallout 4’s Wasteland

    When you build a giant open world filled with hundreds of missions, miles of terrain, and dynamically scripted civilian populations, your chances of shipping with bugs are significant. No open-world game seems to escape this reality – even the thought leaders in the space like Rockstar and Bethesda... More
  • Blog Post: New Fallout 4 Footage Shown At Microsoft's E3 Presser

    Bethesda kicked off E3 with a bang last night with its Fallout 4 presentation , and the company also made a splash at Microsoft's press conference with new footage of the game. The beginning of the game's demo was the same that Bethesda showed last night, but a new mission was also shown. The... More
  • Blog Post: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Is Getting A Physical Release

    It's certainly not Bethesda's biggest announcement this month , but this one is of note to those who prefer their games on disc. The publisher has announced that its latest Wolfenstein title, The Old Blood, is getting a retail release. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a prequel to 2014's The... More
  • Blog Post: The Insanity Continues In The Evil Within's Second DLC

    Juli Kidman's investigation continues in the second of The Evil Within's three DLC installments – The Consequence – which is out today. This DLC takes up right where The Assignment left off (both are set during the events of The Evil Within), and explores Kidman's connection to... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Mod Size Now Unlimited

    Bethesda has lifted the 100MB restriction on mods for Skyrim, and it's now being beta tested. The unlimited size is part of an update to the PC version's Creator Kit (1.9.33). The Creator can be beta tested via Steam (click on the source link below for more info), as can the Skyrim Launcher.... More
  • Blog Post: A Slice Of The Evil Within's Insanity

    You can dissect this launch trailer from The Evil Within all you want, but you still won't know what to expect from Shinji Mikami's latest horror masterpiece. The game throws everything at you from the entire horror spectrum, and this trailer gives you just a small taste of what's in store... More
  • Blog Post: Id Unveils Doom At QuakeCon

    Id is revealing the new Doom (titled simply Doom) game at QuakeCon tonight, and information is beginning to trickle in. The first information we're received, in advance of the actual trailer at QuakeCon, come from GameTrailers TV host Geoff Keighley's Twitter account: Tweet 1: "Doom is an... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Online Comes To Steam Today

    Bethesda Softworks has announced that Elder Scrolls Online will be available on Steam later today. No exact time is given, but both the Standard and Imperial Editions can be purchased. The game was released for PC and Mac on April 4. For more info on Elder Scrolls Online, check out Dan Tack's initial... 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: Doom 4 To Be Revealed On July 17 At Quakecon

    Attendees at id Software's annual QuakeCon will get an exclusive first-look at the company's upcoming Doom game. Parent company Bethesda Softworks just published a schedule of special events for QuakeCon 2014, and the highlight appears to be a look at Doom 4 (or whatever the game ends up being... More
  • Blog Post: Three Bethesda Art Books Coming

    Bethesda and Dark Horse Comics are teaming up for three art books based on Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Evil Within, and Dishonored. First up is The Art of Wolfenstein: The New Order on May 14 for comic book retailers and other retail outlets on May 27. The Art of The Evil Within and Dishonored: The... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online Chooses Monthly Subscription Model

    The game director at Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online Studios has announced that the MMO will follow a monthly subscription model. In an interview with GameStar, Matt Firor, game director at ZeniMax Online Studios, confirmed that players will have unlimited access to the game for free for... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored Getting A GOTY Edition?

    According to the Australian government's media Classification website, we may be seeing a Game of the Year edition for Dishonored. The website lists the title, but doesn't give any real info on it other than to say that its country of origin is "USA." Then again, it doesn't take... More
  • Blog Post: id Would Like To Return To Rage In The Future

    During this year's QuakeCon, id Software co-founder Tim Willits said that Rage was not meant to be a one-off experience. Speaking with Joystiq , Willits didn't announce any formal plans for a Rage sequel, but assured that the franchise has not been abandoned. "I'm proud of what we did... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Anthology Offers A Lifetime Of Role-Playing

    Eat your veggies! If you want to consume all of Bethesda's epic The Elder Scrolls Anthology, you'll have to live to be very, very old. Today, Bethesda announced The Elder Scroll Anthology, a deluxe packaging of every game, add-on, and expansion in the storied RPG franchise. For $79.99, you'll... More
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