The world of Fallout 76 has some good news for a change. A recent bit of server maintenance by Bethesda managed to remove a large amount of items that had been created via duplication bugs.
When Warner Bros. and Bethesda settled the lawsuit filed back in 2018, it seemed like the Westworld mobile game would be allowed to stay. However, it seems the game has been removed from online stores and will shut down in mid-April.
Bethesda recently brought the banhamer down on a bunch of players using third-party software in Fallout 76. Fortunately, they have the ability to appeal these bans. However, they’ll have to participate in some high school English homework if they want to play again.
Just when you thought the saga of Bethesda and the Fallout 76 duffel bags was over, there’s one more twist to the tale. People who submitted or updated technical support tickets today could briefly see the tickets of others, including their personal information.
Fallout 76 has gone live a day early for PC players. The game is meant to go live at midnight in whatever timezone you’re in, but players in Europe and North America are reporting that they can play the game now.
With only a week left until it releases, some people are worried about Fallout 76’s jankiness, especially on the PC. Bethesda has spoken up and admitted some of the concerns are valid, and they will require fixing to prevent cheating and hacking.
Some eagle-eyed trademark observers have noticed something interesting involving the upcoming Elder Scrolls VI. If a trademark filing is to be believed, the sixth main entry in the Elder Scrolls series will be subtitled ‘Redfall’.
Bethesda’s VP of marketing spoke recently about their plans for the console version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. They want the strategy card game to have full cross-play on every system, a statement which puts pressure on Sony.
Bethesda treated fans to many tidbits of juicy info and epic gameplay videos at QuakeCon 2018 keynote on Friday. This is QuakeCon’s 23rd annual event that showcases many of their games already released and those to be released later this year. At the event, attendees can attend all the discussions and even participate in several eSports events, of which, QuakeCon was the first event of its kind.
Avid gamers and fans of the game Quake usually look forward to anything that comes out of QuakeCon, an annual conference, and celebration of games and gamers. This year, Bethesda is making the conference even sweeter, especially to those who cannot attend the con in Gaylord, Texas.
In a recent interview, Bethesda director Todd Howard explained why Fallout 76 won’t have cross-platform play. His explanation has once again brought Sony into the spotlight over its dislike of cross-platform play.
Bethesda is filing a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Behaviour Interactive over a newly-released Westworld mobile game. Bethesda claims that the game is a “blatant rip-off” of their 2015 mobile game Fallout Shelter.