Tag: Bethesda

Wolfenstein: Youngblood co-op hands-on preview — Twin daughters put the squeeze on the Nazis

I knew there was something different about playing Wolfenstein: Youngblood when my co-op partner gave me a “pep talk.” That gave me some extra armor and I returned the favor, getting a thumbs up from my partner. In this version of the Nazi-shooting series, you play Sophia and Jessica, the twin daughters of BJ Blazkowicz, […]

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Doom Eternal interview — aiming to surpass expectations

Doom Eternal is one of the more exciting sequels in delevopment. The Doom reboot of 2016 shocked a lot of people, including me, with its quality. Doom seemed like old news. Now it’s maybe the best single-player first-person shooter series out there. Eternal is coming out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia, and PC. […]

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Doom Eternal impressions — as fun as shooting gets

A few years ago, I would have scoffed at the idea of Doom being a relevant gaming franchise in 2019. Now I think that Doom Eternal could be one of the best shooters ever. Doom Eternal is coming out to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia (Google’s upcoming game- streaming platform), and PC. It’s a […]

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch Later This Year

Last year, Bethesda announced a new game for mobile devices called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It is a game designed to be played on mobile, but during E3 2019, the company has since announced and confirmed that in addition to launching on mobile, Blades is also expected to find its way onto the Nintendo Switch […]

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Deathloop is the new game from Arkane Lyon

Developer Arkane Lyon showed off its latest game during Bethesda’s media briefing in Los Angeles today. As part of the pre-E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) event, the studio rolled out a trailer for Deathloop. In Deathloop, you take on the role of an assassin in the wilds of Blackreef island. In that setting, you must face […]

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Bethesda shows off Orion game streaming tech for the cloud

Bethesda showed off its new game streaming technology for the cloud, dubbed Orion. The company said it can stream games with up to 40% lower bandwidth and reduces latency by 20%. That means that streaming games will be faster with Orion, and it will cost less as well. “With Orion, you will still be able […]

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Bethesda’s Wolfenstein Cyberpilot for VR debuts in July

Bethesda announced that it will launch its latest Wolfenstein title, Wolfenstein Cyber Pilot for virtual reality. The game will debut in July. Jerk Gustafsson, cofounder of Bethesda’s Machine Games, said your job is to be a hacker for the French Resistance, taking control of robots and turning them against their Nazi creators. He said the […]

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The Elder Scrolls Online studio is bringing back Commander Keen for mobile

Bethesda debuted a new game from Zenimax Studio, the developer of The Elder Scrolls Online during its Electronic Entertainment Expo event in Los Angeles. It is a new Commander Keen, and it is coming to mobile as a free-to-play-game. It is soft launching this summer for iOS and Android. ESO launched back in 2014 for […]

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Fallout 76 is getting NPCs and battle royale

Despite its rough start, Bethesda isn’t giving up on Fallout 76. The company revealed what’ll be coming to the online role-playing game’s future during it Electronic Entertainment Expo event today in Los Angeles. At the show, it showed off the Wastelanders content update, which will add interactable non-player characters. It is coming this fall, and […]

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