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Gaming: Call of Duty Black Ops 4 final trailer; Witcher spinoff gameplay; Halloween comes to Tamriel

Today’s the fateful day that Call of Duty fans have been waiting for: COD: Black Ops 4, in all its finished and final glory, has finally arrived to mix up the formula and chart a new course in

Fallout 76 vaults its way into West Virginia’s official state tourism campaign

West Virginia has officially embraced all the grassroots fan interest it’s been getting ever since Bethesda revealed that Fallout 76 would take place in the state's craggy crevices and rural
Bethesda Plans to Support ‘Fallout 76’ For ‘Years and Years’

Bethesda Plans to Support ‘Fallout 76’ For ‘Years and Years’

Bethesda plans to support multiplayer online game “Fallout 76” for “years and years,” Pete Hines, senior vice president of global marketing and communication at Bethesda Softworks, told Variety. The
Listen to Fallout 76’s main theme by composer Inon Zur

Listen to Fallout 76’s main theme by composer Inon Zur

The Fallout series works for a lot of reasons, and one of those is Inon Zur. The Israeli composer created the scores and theme songs for Fallout 3 and Fallout 4, and now he’s back for Fallout 76.
Playing ‘Fallout 76:’ the Good, the Better, the Radiated

Playing ‘Fallout 76:’ the Good, the Better, the Radiated

“Fallout 76,” or at least my first time playing the upcoming online multiplayer title from Bethesda Softworks, ended with a bang, a glow, and a slow crawl to death. Three hours into my rambling,

Gaming: GLAAD gaming award; The Witcher spinoff story trailer; Fallout 76 in-game intro

In what looks like another signal of just how deeply video gaming has penetrated the wider cultural consciousness, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has created a new category

Gaming: Dishonored isn’t dead, Wolfenstein III is happening, and Assassin’s Creed III gets new life

Rumors of the early demise of Dishonored, Bethesda’s steampunky, dystopian take on a fictional land forever stuck in a decadent Victorian era, have apparently been greatly exaggerated.

Gaming: Fallout 76 goes nuclear, Nielsen eyes game tracking, and Metal Gear Solid gets fan makeover

In what may be the funniest clip yet in its silly series of pre-release videos showcasing all the features packed into Fallout 76, Bethesda’s offering some useful advice for those times when you’re
Bethesda’s Trio of ‘Doom Eternal’ Teasers Shows Off the FPS’ Explosive Gunplay

Bethesda’s Trio of ‘Doom Eternal’ Teasers Shows Off the FPS’ Explosive Gunplay

Bethesda’s revealed a new gameplay trailer of “Doom Eternal”. The new teaser – which was shared via PlayStation’s official YouTube channel on Tuesday – gives an extended look at Phobos and “Doom”‘s

Gaming: Avengers spawns a whole new studio, Dishonored takes a breather, COD Blackout beta incoming, and more

The Avengers Project, Marvel and Square Enix’s mega-collaboration to bring Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to the gaming world, is evidently an endeavor so big and so ambitious that it’s spawned the birth of

How Bethesda plans to handle all the trigger-happy players who randomly kill everything in Fallout 76

With the upcoming Fallout 76, Bethesda is taking the iconic Fallout franchise into uncharted, always-online territory that’s got legions of would-be Wastelanders wondering just how, exactly, the
Bethesda Hesitant to Bring ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ to Consoles Without Cross-play

Bethesda Hesitant to Bring ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ to Consoles Without Cross-play

When it comes to Bethesda’s popular card game “The Elder Scrolls: Legends,” cross-play is the name of the game. According to head of marketing and comms Pete Hines, the team isn’t keen on releasing it
‘Fallout 76’ Turns Griefers Into Wanted Murderers and ‘Interesting Content’

‘Fallout 76’ Turns Griefers Into Wanted Murderers and ‘Interesting Content’

Since its debut at E3 2018 in June, “Fallout 76” has mystified some fans of Bethesda Game Studios’ post-apocalyptic role-playing series. It’s not a purely single-player affair like past entries, but
All the wild facts we learned about 'Doom Eternal' from the QuakeCon reveal

All the wild facts we learned about 'Doom Eternal' from the QuakeCon reveal

Doom Eternal is back with fresh news out of QuakeCon 2018 coming after a completely unfulfilling tease at E3. The upcoming game is a sequel to id Software's 2016 series revivalDoom is a reboot of the

Bethesda shows off Hell on Earth in first gameplay trailer for Doom Eternal

Bethesda’s 2016 revival of the venerable Doom franchise pleasantly surprised all the skeptical fans and critics who questioned whether the studio could do present-day justice to the venerable
Doom Eternal gameplay reveals grappling hook action and more

Doom Eternal gameplay reveals grappling hook action and more

QuakeCon is happening in Texas this weekend, and Bethesda kicked off the fan gathering by letting developer id Software show off its upcoming shooter Doom Eternal. This is the followup to 2016’s Doom
Doom co-developer is now working on Starfield as Bethesda Game Studios Dallas

Doom co-developer is now working on Starfield as Bethesda Game Studios Dallas

At the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles in June, Fallout 4 developer Bethesda Game Studios revealed that it is working on four games. Now, to help ensure the studio has the
Watch QuakeCon (and the first Doom Eternal gameplay) live right here

Watch QuakeCon (and the first Doom Eternal gameplay) live right here

The annual celebration of id Software and its publisher Bethesda Softworks is underway once again, and you can watch it live by clicking play on the video above. Bethesda is hosting esports events for
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is ready for its championship moment

The Elder Scrolls: Legends is ready for its championship moment

The Elder Scrolls: Legends is diving into esports with its first Master Series Championships, which will take place this weekend (August 9-August 10) at QuakeCon in Dallas. Players began the road to
Fallout 4 director Todd Howard: Giving fans what they want without spreading too thin

Fallout 4 director Todd Howard: Giving fans what they want without spreading too thin

Todd Howard, director of Bethesda Game Studios, noted in a recent talk at the Gamelab event in Barcelona that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim keeps migrating to new platforms because fans keep buying it