Entries in 'bethesda' (125)
The VR version of Fallout 4 will very much include the full game, and is already at the point where it can be played in its entirety.
The team behind Skyrim Script Extender has announced it is working on a new version of SKSE so that it’s compatible with the recently-released Skyrim: Special Edition.
Elder Scrolls publisher Bethesda has for the first time confirmed that it will be supporting the Nintendo Switch.
Both the new 3D Mario adventure and Bethesda’s RPG Skyrim will launch alongside the Nintendo Switch in March.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare remains the UK No.1, despite suffering a steeper drop in sales than its genre rivals. Week two sales of the Infinity Ward game were ...
Bethesda has announced that it will no longer send out review copies to members of the press early, with copies only being sent out a day before release.
Despite being featured in the reveal for Nintendo’s Switch, Skyrim may not be coming to the new console.
Despite Sony aparently blocking mods on PS4 just a few weeks back, Bethesda has announced that Skyrim Special Edition will launch with mods and native 4K.
Publisher Bethesda has enlisted the help of pro-gamers in the creation of Quake Champions.
We thought the games industry had moved past the sort of opulent, decadent E3 events like the one Bethesda put on this year.
It now seems that mod support will not be coming to the PS4 version of Fallout 4 after all.
It doesn’t sound as if Bethesda will be following the likes of Ubisoft, Activision and Sony into the movie sector.
The only connection between Bethesda’s new Prey and the 2006 original appears to be the name. So why use the name at all?
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.