The Elder Scrolls: Blades Early Access Now Open To More Gamers

The other day it was reported that early access had been launched for Bethesda’s upcoming The Elder Scrolls: Blades mobile game. If you did not get in on the early access, then you might be interested to learn that Bethesda has since announced that they will be opening up the game to all gamers.


The Elder Scrolls: Blades Early Access Now Live On Android

Back in 2018, Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades. For those who missed the announcement, this is basically a mobile version of the Elder Scrolls franchise which would be playable on iOS and Android. The bad news is that instead of launching in 2018, it was delayed to 2019.


Morrowind Goes Free To Celebrate Elder Scrolls’ 25th Anniversary

The Elder Scrolls series has been out for a long time. How long, you ask? 25 years, to be precise. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of this popular series, Bethesda is giving away Morrowind for free. The Elder Scrolls: Arena was the first game in this series and it was released back in 1994 for MS-DOS, an operating system that many born in the following years may not even be […]


Bethesda Confirms E3 Press Briefing For This Year

Some of the biggest gaming companies will be making their announcements at E3 2019 in a few months and Bethesda fans will be excited to know that the company will be on that list this year. Bethesda has confirmed that it will indeed be conducting a media briefing on June 9th as part of its E3 2019 showcase.


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The Elder Scrolls: Blades Early Access Set For Spring 2019

While it might be a while before we see The Elder Scrolls VI, back in 2018 Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a game based on the franchise that would be playable on mobile. The game was initially pegged for a release in 2018, but was later delayed to 2019. No reasons were given but presumably more work needed to be done on the game.


Bethesda Dismisses Rumors That Fallout 76 Will Be Going Free-To-Play

In the MMORPG scene, it’s hard not to look at Blizzard’s World of Warcraft for inspiration. The game has been around for more than a decade, but yet continues to rake a ton of money in for the developer. This is versus other MMORPGs like Star Wars: The Old Republic and Wildstar, both of which initially adopted the subscription model, but later switched to free-to-play.


Bethesda Banning Fallout 76 Cheaters, Unless They Write An Essay

There are some developers who adopt particularly tough stances against cheaters, such as Blizzard who outright bans Overwatch players who are caught cheating. However in the case of Bethesda, it seems that they plan on giving Fallout 76 cheats an opportunity to redeem themselves by writing an essay on why cheating is bad.


Elder Scrolls Cookbook Will Let You Cook Recipes From The Game

One of the features that we’re seeing in RPGs these days is the ability for players to cook their own food. Food in games like these allow players to regenerate health, mana, gain bonus stats, and also helps to add to the overall RPG experience and makes it much more immersive. To that extent we’ve seen how such features has inspired cookbooks based on video games.


Bethesda Giving Fallout 76 Players A Free Copy Of Fallout Classic Collection

We’re not sure if this is mea culpa on Bethesda’s end for all the various Fallout 76 problems and controversies, or if it could simply just be Bethesda being in the festive spirit, but the company has announced that they will be giving Fallout 76 players a free copy of the Fallout Classic Collection.


Replacement Fallout 76 Canvas Bags Will Ship Out In 4-6 Months

The Fallout franchise is beloved by many, but Bethesda’s attempt with Fallout 76 is starting to leave many with a bad taste in their mouths. As some of you might have heard, the company replaced the canvas bag that was supposed to ship with the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition with cheap nylon versions instead.


Fallout 76 Players Unhappy Over Questionable In-Game Pricing

As with many games these days, in-game purchases have become a very common model used by developers and publishers to try and squeeze out more money from players after a game’s release. Unfortunately for Bethesda, it seems that the pricing they are using for Fallout 76 is rather questionable and has left a good many players fuming.


1993’s Doom Gets A Free Spiritual Successor With ‘Sigil’

It has been 25 years since Doom was first released. For those who actually grew up playing the game, you might have fond memories of it, and for those who are unfamiliar, Doom was one of the original FPS titles that helped popularize the FPS genre, leading to many FPS games having been created since.


Bethesda Support Page Accidentally Leaks Fallout 76 Players’ Info

As some of you might have heard, Bethesda recently came under fire when gamers discovered that they had without warning or notification swapped out the canvas bag from the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition with a nylon one. Citing the “unavailability of materials” at that time, Bethesda has since had a change of heart.


Bethesda Introduces Battle Pass System To Quake Champions

Quake Champions is a free-to-play game. This means that players who don’t wish to spend any money on the game can still go ahead and enjoy it. The model Bethesda had adopted basically gave players access to one character in the game for free, and after which players who wanted to unlock more characters would pay a one-time fee to do so.