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Doom VFR is now working on Rift, but without official support

Oculus Rift owners were temporarily left out in the cold following last week’s launch of Doom VFR. The VR shooter was only ever pitched as being for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR, but with so much cross-compatibility in modern VR, Rift owners fancied their chances. As it happened, however, the …

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – What’s Old is New

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the latest in a twenty five year old franchise which has watched countless other FPS IPs rise and fall over the years. Jem Alexander talks to Arcade Berg, senior game designer at MachineGames to find out how shooter design is evolving

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Wolfenstein 2’s ‘Punch a Nazi’ marketing campaign is ‘a healthy avenue to vent frustration’ says Bethesda

Bethesda has opened up about its recent marketing campaign for its upcoming shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Launched on Twitter over the weekend, the short video showed an in-game Nazi being punched in the face with the slogan, ‘If you are a Nazi, GTFO’ in huge letters either side …

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Nintendo unveils Mario Switch bundle, plus Doom and Wolfenstein II

Nintendo unveiled a swathe of new Switch and 3DS titles last night, including a brand new Super Mario Odyssey-themed Switch hardware bundle and the news that Bethesda’s critically acclaimed Doom (2016) and upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus titles will also be heading to Switch over the next year. Doom …

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Bethesda makes Doom’s paid DLC free for everyone

Bethesda just released a new update for Doom, version 6.66, bringing a wealth of changes to the FPS. In a blog post, the publisher announced it has retired” Doom’s Season Pass, making all the DLC free for all players. That’s three multiplayer DLC packs, which include nine of our best …

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Dion DiMucci goes legal with Bethesda over Fallout 4 ad

Singer Dion DiMucci is taking Bethesda to court over the use of his song ‘The Wanderer’ in an ad for Fallout 4. Kotaku reports that DiMucci believes the game depicts repugnant and morally indefensible images” of violence that offer no redeeming value”. As a result, he has taken exception to …

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