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Bethesda forces name change for indie game Prey for the Gods

Prey for the Gods will now be called Praey for the Gods after its developer chose to avoid a trademark dispute with Bethesda. Bethesda, of course, this week publishes its new shooter Prey, which itself is a reprisal of the name used for the original 2006 2K title. Prey for …

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Arkane is determined to get Prey right on PC

The performance problems that hit some PC players of Dishonored 2 have left developer Arkane more determined than ever to make sure that this week’s release of Prey goes smoothly. I keep on hearing ‘oh they’re going to screw up the PC port’ [but] there is no PC port. We …

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Bethesda testing Quake Champions with eSports pros

Bethesda has revealed that they are testing out Quake Champions with top eSports players to try and gauge the game’s chance of succeeding as an eSport.  id software studio director Tim Willits said at PAX this weekend that the studio is currently focusing on the 1 vs 1 duel mode …

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends finally launches on PC

The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the card game based on The Elder Scrolls universe, has officially launched on PC.  The game has been in beta for some time, but has now officially launched on PC meaning anyone can jump in and play. The game is available for free and can be …

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Sign up for the Quake Champions beta now

Bethesda has announced that it is now accepting sign ups for the Quake Champions beta, which is expected to launch in the coming weeks.  Those hoping to get into the beta can sign up on the official site, and also check out a ton of new information about the game, …

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Fallout 4 VR is already playable from start to finish

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. "Fallout [VR] is going great,” Bethesda Game Studios executive producer Todd Howard told Glixel. There’s a lot of work to be done, but …

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QuakeCon returns for the 22nd year

QuakeCon will return for the 22nd year in 2017, running from August 24th to 27th.  The event will take place at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, Dallas, with the venue also offering discounted accommodation rates for those attending.  As ever QuakeCon will be a celebration of all things …

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New Skyrim Script Extender to be released in March

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. Mods have become an integral part of the Skyrim experience and most of them are built on the popular SKSE. It has thus …

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