There were so many game announcements at the weekend we might need a weekend to recover.
Following the recent acquisition of parent company ZeniMax by Microsoft, 20 Bethesda titles have been added to Xbox Game Pass.
Indiana Jones will be developed by MachineGames, published by Bethesda and executive produced by Todd Howard.
Developer Bethesda will putting putting serious money behind various organisations.
47GB to be more precise.
Tune in for some Fallout 76 radio plays.
An odd bug for the PC version of Fallout 76’s B.E.T.A causes it to be deleted instead of playable.
What may be a simple letter to the community comes off as a tad defensive.
Along with a reminder of when the beta goes live for different platforms.
Like to keep your game collection all on Steam? Too bad.
Was the E3 presentation just not long enough for you? Here’s even more Fallout 76.
Cyberpunk 2077, The Division 2 and Anthem are just some of the E3 reveals we’ve seen, and the conference has only just begun.
Ahead of the game’s launch we’re getting a look into the history of Bethesda.
Bethesda has teased it’s latest game which is sadly not a single player Elder Scrolls.
It’s less Mad Max and more Sunset Overdrive in Rage 2.
Blast Nazis to smithereens on the Switch this June.
Wanna shoot a Nazi for free? Read on…
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus impressively builds on the foundations of its predecessor, even if its story still can’t nail tone.