New ‘Fallout 76’ Video Explains How Multiplayer Works

Unlike previous Fallout games where it was mostly focused on single-player content, Bethesda is approaching Fallout 76 differently by making it a multiplayer game. In a way you could think of it like a combination of Fallout games and also Fallout Shelter, where you get the experience of Fallout but also the need to work together to survive the dangers of the wasteland.

DOOM Eternal Will Have Single-Player DLCs

Some of Bethesda’s FPS games such as Quake were clearly designed for multiplayer in mind, but if you’re more of a single-player kind of person and were disappointed with 2016’s DOOM for its lack of single-player content, not to worry because Bethesda is listening and for the upcoming DOOM Eternal, they have reassured that there are plans for single-player DLCs.

Fallout 76’s ‘Perks’ Can’t Be Bought With Real-Life Money

Microtransactions are a popular way for developers and publishers to make money beyond the current sale of the game. Some games do it properly where gamers don’t feel the need to make any purchases, but yet can progress through the game just fine, but there are others in which it is clear that the more you spend, the easier it is to win.

Future Bethesda Games Could Still Launch On Steam

Last week Bethesda confirmed that for their upcoming Fallout 76 game, it will not be launched on Steam. Given how there are plenty of Bethesda games on Steam, this did raise some eyebrows as we’re sure some wondered if this could spell the end of Bethesda’s games launching on Valve’s gaming portal.


DOOM Eternal On The Nintendo Switch Will Run At 30fps

A couple of days ago, Bethesda officially confirmed the next installment in the Doom franchise in the form of DOOM Eternal. The game was announced for multiple consoles which includes the Nintendo Switch, although given that the Switch isn’t as powerful in terms of hardware compared to other consoles, we’re sure some are wondering how the game holds up.

‘Fallout 76’ Will Have Ways Of Dealing With In-Game Griefers

The problem with multiplayer games, especially in MMORPGs is that from time to time you encounter players whose sole purpose is to try and kill you in the game and mess up your experience. This can get rather annoying, although the good news is that over the years, developers have been coming up with different ways to deal with this.

Bethesda Clarifies Its Policy On Selling Used Games

Say you bought a physical copy of a game but never got around to playing it because you didn’t have the time, you forgot, or heard such bad reviews that you couldn’t even be bothered to take it out of its shrink wrap, the box, and its case. So you decide that maybe the best thing to do would be to sell it off, sounds simple enough, right?

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Might Be Skipping The PS4

Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Legends was released last year where the game is currently available across multiple platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. However during E3 2018, Bethesda announced that the game would also be making its way onto modern day consoles where it was expected to launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

DOOM Eternal Official Gameplay Trailer Released

A couple of months ago during E3 2018, Bethesda announced that a new Doom game was in the works in the form of DOOM Eternal. Details were scarce but Bethesda did promise that more information would be made available at Quakecon 2018. For those who are interested in the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that the gameplay trailer has been released.

NZXT’s H700 Nuka-Cola PC Case Will Appeal To Fallout Fans

When it comes to building your own PC, picking the case is just as important as choosing your CPU, motherboard, RAM, GPU, and so on. This is because the size of your case will also determine the size of the motherboard, power supply, GPU, and so on, along with the overall aesthetics.

Fallout 76 Will Not Be Launching On Steam

Before Steam, games were distributed individually via either the publisher or developer’s website, or they are purchased in physical format. However now that Steam is around, it’s not surprising to see that whenever PC games are launched, they are launched via Steam as one of the channels that gamers can get the game from.

Fallout 76 Beta’s Progression Can Be Carried Over

The Fallout 76 beta will be kicking off this October and it’s a good way for players to get an idea of what the game will be like ahead of its release. The good news is that if you are participating in the beta, Bethesda has confirmed via the Fallout FAQ website that any progression you make in the beta will be carried over to the actual game upon its […]

Fallout 76 Beta Release Confirmed For October

The next addition to the Fallout lineup was announced a few weeks ago by Bethesda and the company has now confirmed when the Fallout 76 beta will go live. There’s a lot of anticipation among fans for the beta as they want to experience this new take on the Fallout franchise. Bethesda has now confirmed the Fallout 76 beta release for October 2018.

Bethesda Not Keen On Morrowind Remaster

Despite The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim being several years old now, Bethesda can’t seem to stop pumping out new versions of the game, whether it be a release on the Nintendo Switch or a remaster (the company claims that they will stop releasing new versions when fans stop buying it).