Tag: Bethesda

Bethesda and Blizzard should learn from how Square Enix fixed its Final Fantasy XIV problem

It’s any game publisher’s worst nightmare — you’ve announced or launched the latest version of your big franchise, and instead of widespread acclaim, your biggest fans are angry and disappointed. What should you do? This is the challenge for Bethesda after Fallout 76 debuted to terrible player feedback, followed by […]

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Bethesda delays The Elder Scrolls: Blades until early 2019

Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades will now be released in early 2019. Back in June our own Corbin Davenport went hands-on with the title on the show floor of E3, which is where Todd Howard had teased the original release date of fall 2018. With the current kerfuffle surrounding Bethesda’s Fallout 76, it […]

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Fallout 76 special edition lied about a collectible bag, Bethesda offering $5 in-game as an apology

Fallout 76 has been having a rough start. The multiplayer take on Bethesda‘s post-apocalyptic series has suffered from bugs, poor performance, and criticism since launching on November 14 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. And now Fallout 76 is trying to make amends for a broken promise regarding its […]

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Bethesda may not release a game on PS4 if Sony won’t allow cross-play

Earlier this summer, when Fortnite launched on Nintendo Switch, Switch owners that downloaded the free game on their consoles who had previously played on PS4 found that their Epic Games accounts were permanently linked to their PlayStation Network accounts. They wouldn’t be able to bring any of their progress over — they would need to […]

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Bethesda Takes Hard Line On Cross-Play With Its Elder Scrolls Card Game

Bethesda’s VP of marketing said over the weekend that the developer intends for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Bethesda’s card game, to be fully cross-play, with progress carrying over no matter what system people play it on when it eventually releases on consoles. While not mentioning Sony specifically, the message feels aimed at increasing pressure on […]

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Doom Eternal Introduces idTech 7, Player Invasions, Slaughtering Good Fun

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. The Doom 2016 reboot was a surprisingly great entry and return to the franchise. While its emphasis on finishing attacks was a twist to the classic gameplay, it fit in well with an over-the-top story that could fit on the […]

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Speedrunner Completes All Five Main Fallout Games In Under 90 Minutes

A casual playthrough of a Fallout game can take dozens or even hundreds of hours of wandering through wide wastelands. This new speedrun completes the entire series in under an hour and a half. The “Any% Main Series,” carried out by speedrunner tomatoanus, completes all five main titles in the Fallout series—Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout […]

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Fallout 76 beta detailed, launch timing revealed

Fallout 76 is a title quite unlike any Fallout game Bethesda has made before. As revealed at E3 2018, Fallout 76 will be an entirely online game, which is a massive departure from Bethesda’s usual single-player approach to its epic RPGs. If you’re a bit hesitant because this big shift in direction, you’re not alone, […]

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Prey’s Mooncrash DLC Is Better Than The Main Game

Prey: Mooncrash released last month, adding a rogue-like twist to the 2017 game’s mix of action and exploration. The DLC arrived during E3 and was easy to sleep on—I ignored it in favor of big releases like Octopath Traveler. That was a mistake. Mooncrash might be even better than the main game. In Mooncrash, you […]

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