Bethesda's collectible card game is getting put in storage for the foreseeable future.
Human Head also worked on Prey 2 for Bethesda prior to its cancellation in 2014.
It's the difference between building a sandbox and building an RPG.
With the announcement of a subscription service, Fallout 76 tosses a fire bomb at its community.
A look at the various mods that are remaking the United States in the series’ classic retro-futurism style.
One way Doom 64 differs from the original is that it's never officially been ported.
Let's talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of final bosses in games.
First we lay waste to Nazis with our A.I. sister, but now we've done so with actual other players too. Thus we've updated our review with a score!
At QuakeCon 2019, we get our first substantial details about Doom Eternal's Battlemode.
We talk to the leaders and members of lore-centered Fallout 76 role-playing communities.
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Why Doom Eternal's developers are calling it their Evil Dead 2.
Put your power armor helmet where it belongs.
Our first hands-on with Wolfenstein's co-op debut leaves us with a lot of questions.
This is our guide to the new Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter battle royale mode, including the beta testing phase, and more.
There's more to Doom Eternal than Glory Kills now.
Time to get your demon murder on.
Arkane Lyon has a new action game on the way.
The online-only Fallout 76 jumps onto the trend.
Think supernatural, not survival horror.
Take Elder Scrolls on the go, this time on the Switch.
We talk about the past, present, and future of Elder Scrolls Online with some of its lead developers.
With the launch of Elsweyr, the playerbase of Elder Scrolls Online continues to grow.
In a year for Epic Games Store, Bethesda chose Steam.
Todd Howard reveals that Fallout 76 had a difficult development.
We talk to the developers behind these colorful post-apocalypses and explore the history behind the trend.
Bullets flying, fists crunching, and bodies falling. Rage is back with its own flavor of rip and tear.
Fallout 76's final Wild Appalachia patch goes live next week.
Fake or not, this punk Dreamcast is totally ready to tell your mom to eff off.
Also, cliffs. The cliffs are out to kill you stone dead.
Repair Kits are coming, but it will cost you.
You can now take Elder Scrolls on the go.
Plus plenty more cheat codes you'll need to buy from a wizard.
It's a good translation of Elder Scrolls, but it's missing something.
Bethesda will not discuss its next-gen RPGs at E3 this year.
Fans wanted it, and Bethesda delivered.
Bethesda outlines how it will solve the endgame legendary items loop too.
Every little detail matters when you're designing The Elder Scrolls.
You can still get Morrowind for free.
For PAX East, Bethesda announces lots of panels and hands-on demos for attendees.
You can now be a bartender in West Virginia. The post-apocalyptic version of it, I mean.
Just Cause 4, F1 2018, and Lego Batman 2 round out the month.
There's bad blood in a community built around co-operation.
Wander the wasteland and rediscover a keystone in RPG history.
Vault 63 is real, and there are photos to prove it.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and Skyrim VR, and Grand Theft Auto 5 also took home awards.
Practically giving it away.
Here we go again... again.
Bethesda has found the thin line between love and hate.
We talk to the game's developers about what largely feels like a secondary concern at the moment.
Let's go "someweyr els."
Bethesda confirms that Gina Bruno's Twitter account was hacked and that the recent tweets are not hers.
Situation could turn "dire" if cross-platform talks fail.
Less level editors, more post-launch DLC.
Doom Eternal is coming to Switch at launch.
Escalation Studios is now Bethesda Game Studios Dallas.
B.J. Blazcowicz isn't held back by anything on-the-go.
Cites similarities between the two mobile games.
In a new interview with GameCrate, Pete Hines lays down the law.
From announcing the ultimate Smash Bros. game to an awkward crowd during an Andrew W.K. performance, these are the winners and losers of E3 2018.
Bethesda did not screw around for E3 2018.
Starfield is real and it's next-gen.
The next Elder Scrolls will actually be on mobile devices first.
Rage 2 release date given as 2019 as first in-game footage is revealed.
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Avalanche is working on Rage 2.
It's still a long wait until the next Elder Scrolls.
'Lordbound' will add 30 hours of content to Skyrim.
Bethesda is also donating $100,000 to help future game makers.
The Xbox One X pushes Fallout 4's graphics to truer 4K, but framerates take a hit.
Bethesda is updating its library of games to support the newest video game hardware.
You don't have to give up much to enjoy Skyrim on the go.
The PC version also has a host of specific customization features.
Will Bethesda end up splintering the modding community?
The Evil Within 2 shows off some new gameplay mechanics.
Return to the shores of Seyda Neen and the political games of the Dark Elves.
A New England haunting comes to Fallout 4
Players and experts alike are struggling to find evidence of PS4 Pro support for Prey.
If you want those sweet, sweet high-resolution textures, be prepared.
Arkane Studios' take on the Prey franchise has a brand-new trailer and release date.
After some mixed messages, Bethesda's Todd Howard finally admits Skyrim Switch is real.
Bethesda and Sony have not been able to work out mod support for its titles.
Bethesda brought a whole host of games at E3 2016. See what's coming from the house that Elder Scrolls built.
Bethesda lets players know what they need to run the newest journey to hell.
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