Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing Pete Hines has revealed the developer has no clue when Fallout 4 mods will be out on PlayStation 4 Continue reading Fallout 4 PS4 Mods won’t have a release date until evaluation ends
Fallout New Orleans has been trademarked on the European Intellectual Property Office. Continue reading Fallout New Orleans trademark registered
Fallout 4’’s 6th and final piece of DLC, Nuka World is set to arrive August 30th, Bethesda announced today. Continue reading Fallout 4’s Nuka World DLC gets release date and trailer
Is Bethesda cooking up sequels for The Evil Within and Rage? Well according to Pete Hines both games sold well enough to warrant follow ups. Continue reading Both The Evil Within and Rage sold well enough for sequels says Bethesda
QuakeCon 2016 is happening this week in Dallas and during the event Bethesda revealed a new gameplay trailer for Prey. Continue reading Prey Gameplay Trailer Examines How Dreams Become Nightmares
Today, Bethesda revealed why The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was chosen to get the ol’ remaster treatment instead of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion — calling the work needed to remaster Oblivion “mountainous.” Continue reading Bethesda reveal why Skyrim is getting remastered instead of Oblivion
One of the highlights of Bethesda’s E3 this year was the reveal of Prey, a brand-new game from Arkane Studios’ Austin branch. At the time of the announcement, there was some confusion over what its nature was exactly. But worry no longer, game director Raphael Colantonio put an end to the uncertainty today. Continue reading New Prey game will be a “reimagining of the idea”
A release date has been set for Fallout 4’s next, and second to last DLC, Vault-Tec Workshop. Continue reading Fallout 4 Vault-Tec Workshop release date set for the last week of July
Thought you might still get more Fallout 4 DLC this fall? Well you thought WRONG. Continue reading Nuka World set to be the last Fallout 4 DLC
If you have been following the E3 2016 festivities, you are well aware of the clinic that Sony put on during their PlayStation press conference on Monday night. The console maker and publisher put its foot on the gas and did not relent for the entirety of the 70 minute runtime. Rather than let suits and developers gush about their games, Sony chose to let the games do the talking.
The industry needs to take note, because Sony just provided the blueprint to the perfect E3 show.