Entries in 'bethesda' (155)
Sony gamers looking forward to the addition of mods to Fallout 4 are going to disappointed.
A Steam-linked account is now required to upload Fallout 4 mods onto Bethesda’s website.
Do you remember when EA ‘wasn’t at E3’?
HTC says the upcoming Fallout 4 game for Vive could be the headset's system seller.
Bethesda has confirmed that a sequel to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is in the works, but that we won’t be seeing it for some time.
The rumours and leaks are correct: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Following last year’s Pip-Boy special edition for Fallout 4, a new and more expensive Pip-Boy is on the way.
Publisher Bethesda unveiled its VR plans during its E3 conference yesterday, including two projects for HTC Vive.
Bethesda’s E3 press conference was a blood thirsty, lavish affair that delivered at least two surprises.
Bethesda is holding its second E3 press conference this evening (in LA, this morning in the UK).
The pre-E3 prime time leak season continues with more games outed ahead of the show.
It’s the week before E3, which means one thing – it’s prime leak time.
Amazon Prime will be delivering copies of Doom at midnight on Thursday.
Bethesda’s sequel to 2012 stealth action title Dishonored is going to be released in November.
A number of gamers who thought they’d grabbed the Fallout 4 Season Pass for free last week are out of luck.
Bethesda has offered another glimpse into the secretive world of digital console game sales.
Having been famed as somewhat of a ‘one at a time’ developer, Bethesda has altered the way it works to allow for multiple projects.
The price of Fallout 4’s Season Pass will jump by 60 per cent at the start of next month.
Having been banned in 2009, Bethesda has successfully overturned Fallout 3’s German ban.
Bethesda has revealed a May release date for its upcoming Doom title.
Publisher Bethesda is holding an E3 conference for the second year running.
A Siberian gamer who played Fallout 4 non-stop for three weeks is taking Bethesda to court, alleging that he became ‘addicted’ to the game.
Roughly 300 employees from the Irish branch of ZeniMax Online Studios have apparently lost their jobs.
Bethesda's Fallout 4 was UK games retail's favourite release this year.