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.
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.
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.
With Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus hitting Nintendo switch this week, the question of Wolfenstein II remains unanswered. What about the first game?
Hail Dovahkiin! The ever-popular Skyrim has plenty of cool merchandise from action figures, puzzles, tins, and even statues. So why all the rejoicing? ThinkGeek has finally brought out a female version of the Dragonborn character statue only 7+ years since Skyrim’s release. The reason for all the fanfare is that all previous figurines were males in various character forms such as the Nightingale, ...[Read More]
Bethesda announced this week at E3 the latest installment of their Wolfenstein series, Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Those familiar with the franchise may remember BJ Blazkowicz from Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Well, this time the game fast forwards approximately 19 years in the future, featuring BJ’s twin daughters, Jessica and Sophia.
Listen up Elder Scrolls fans, Bethesda announced at E3 a brand-new TES experience. Elder Scrolls Blades will be a massive first-person RPG to be released on mobile phones. The graphics alone on this new game are console quality. If that doesn’t catch your attention, this unique story of The Elder Scrolls saga can be played both in landscape and portrait mode. So, for all those boring meetings, you...[Read More]
At E3, Bethesda announced that their digital card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends is heading to gaming consoles later this year. Their free-to-play digital card game has been available for iOS, Android, PC, and macOS since March 2017. However, the version to be released for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch will have newly optimized graphics. All the better for gamers to behold the visual ey...[Read More]
New details have been emerging for Fallout 76, especially after Bethesda officially announced the game during E3 and stated it will be an open-world survival RPG, where you can traverse the wasteland with your comrades. Now, we’re seeing more details on gameplay and what will be added.
Bethesda announced at E3 this week an opportunity of a gamer’s lifetime. For a limited time, players can enjoy a week of Quake Champions. The trial started June 10th and is expected to end June 17th, so you better rush to sign up for Early Access, and keep the game for free afterward.