Bethesda Game Studios

When Bethesda first revealed The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the upcoming mobile game set in the Elder Scrolls universe, at E3 this past summer, the intention was to release the game before the end of 2018. Well, that is no longer that case as the game’s release window has now changed. Announced today via the official Elder Scrolls Twitter
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Fallout 76 was one of the most anticipated titles set to arrive in the later half of the year thanks to its blend of multiplayer within the richness of the Fallout universe, and while the final product left something to be desired among some fans, more outcry has arisen surrounding the quality of one of its merchandise items
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It’s hard to imagine Bethesda’s pitch for Fallout 76. “We have a huge dedicated player base for our single-player franchise. We should take away all of their favorite parts of the game and have these traditionally-isolated players play together.” Fallout 76 tears down the divisions between players by allowing them to play cooperatively. What’s left standing, however, is
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Fallout 76 will be launching this week, and ahead of launch the official Bethesda Games Studios’ Twitter account posted a Tweet with a letter included in the photo. The letter reads: “It’s with great excitement that we’re finally launching Fallout 76. A Fallout game unlike anything we’ve done. Really, it’s a game unlike any we’ve ever played.
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We’ve known for some time now that the only instances of microstransactions within Fallout 76 would be for that of character customization items. Today, Bethesda has detailed more of just how these customizable items will be sold. All of the various clothing items, weapon skins, emotes, and additional gear will be sold through the Atomic Shop. The storefront is accessible
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Despite having Fallout 76 launch in less than a month and a ton of other games in the pipeline, perhaps the biggest moment for publisher Bethesda in all of 2018 was when it revealed both Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI at E3, the next two titles that Bethesda Game Studios will be creating in the coming years. It was
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The Fallout 76 beta, otherwise known as the Break-It Early Test Application (B.E.T.A.) is scheduled to kick off tomorrow for those on Xbox One and recently, the start times for the first public demo of the game were unveiled. In a recent tweet, Bethesda announced that the first session of the Fallout 76 beta on Xbox One will kick
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The Fallout series has always been one that takes players to a variety of different locations around the United States and Fallout 76 is no different, this time taking place in the hills of post-apocalyptic West Virginia. The state of West Virginia is taking advantage of this newfound spotlight that is being shed on their homeland and has partnered
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During today’s Apple Event from the Steve Jobs Theater, Bethesda Game Studios’ Todd Howard appeared to show off some new footage of The Elder Scrolls: Blades running on the newly announced iPhone XS. The footage that we see of Blades isn’t all that different from what we saw of the game at E3, but we once again get to
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Fallout 76 is easily one of the most anticipated game releases of the fall, and while plenty of fans will be looking forward to enjoying all the game will have to offer come November, according to Bethesda, the game’s upcoming “B.E.T.A.” period will show fans virtually everything that can be experienced in Fallout 76 this fall.
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With QuakeCon 2018 rapidly approaching from August 9-12, Bethesda today has revealed more details on just what those who are attending the conference and those who will be watching from home can expect. To kick things off on Friday, August 10 at 12:00 EST, QuakeCon’s keynote address will take place and will feature updates on Quake Champions, RAGE
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In 2010, Bethesda Softworks published Fallout: New Vegas, a spin-off game in the Fallout series that was developed by Obsidian Entertainment rather than Bethesda Game Studios, the team that had created Fallout 3.  Since this time, the company has never worked with an outside developer in this manner again and Bethesda’s Todd Howard doesn’t see that changing. In a
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It’s been a whirlwind month for Warner Bros. and Bethesda as the latter sued the former over code rights in regards to an upcoming Westworld mobile game. Claiming that Westworld infringed on Fallout Shelter both in concept and in coding, Bethesda sought to claim damages for copyright infringement, breach of contract, and misappropriation of trade secrets, along with
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