Bethesda Ends Development On The Elder Scrolls: Legends
Several years ago when Blizzard’s Hearthstone was at its peak, many companies started to create their own take on the game. Bethesda had attempted to do something similar based on the Elder Scrolls franchise in the form of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. However, fast forward to today, it seems that the company has decided to end development on the game.

Fallout 76 Players Can Play In Private Servers, If They’re Willing To Pay For It
One of the joys of playing an MMORPG is that you get to play with other people from all around the world. Unfortunately, one of the downsides to online gaming is that you meet all kinds of people, and not all of them are good. The good news for Fallout 76 players is that if you’d rather avoid these types of players, Bethesda has the answer for you in the […]

Fallout 76’s Power Armor Helmets Are Being Recalled Over Health Risk
Last year when Fallout 76 was announced, it was revealed that there would be a Power Armor Edition which is basically like a collector’s edition. One of the selling points of the bundle is the Power Armor Helmet. We’re not sure how many people would actually put it on, but it seems that the helmets are now being recalled.

DOOM 64 Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch This November
If you love playing old and classic video games, Nintendo and Bethesda might have some news that could make you very happy. In a tweet by the official DOOM account, it has been revealed that DOOM 64 will be launching on the Nintendo Switch console this coming November, or to be more specific, the 22nd of November.

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Bethesda Kills Login Requirement For Doom And Doom 2
A couple of weeks ago, Bethesda announced that they would re-releasing some classics which came in the form of the Doom franchise. While many gamers no doubt have fond memories of the series, one of the downsides to the re-released games that it required gamers to have a Bethesda.net account to sign in and play the games.

Online Login Requirement For Doom Re-Releases To Be Removed
Bethesda launched re-released versions of Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 earlier this week. However, there was a strange requirement which made it obligatory for players to log into an online account before they could play the games. It wasn’t long before players started criticizing Bethesda for this decision. It has listened to their feedback and confirmed that this requirement will be removed.

DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM III Launched On Consoles And Mobile
If you’re a fan of classic video games, there is a good chance that you might be familiar with the DOOM franchise. DOOM was one of the few games from back in the day that helped to popularize the FPS genre, in which we might not have games like Battlefield or Call of Duty if DOOM was not as successful as it was.

Bethesda Will Be Bringing ‘Fallout Shelter’ To Tesla Cars
For some reason, Tesla thought that it might be a good idea to put video games in its cars. We suppose it does help set it apart from the competition, although we have to wonder if it will really make it that much bigger of a draw. Regardless, fans of Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter will be pleased to learn that the game will be coming to Tesla cars in the future.

DOOM Eternal Now Available For Pre-Order, Set For November 22 Release
When it comes to FPS games, the Doom series was one of the first titles around and it helped make the genre extremely popular. The franchise has continued over the years, and for those who might recall, back in 2018, Bethesda announced the latest installment in the Doom series with DOOM Eternal.

Bethesda Wants To Improve On Game Streaming WIth Its New Orion Tech
It goes without saying that game streaming will no doubt be a huge part of the industry in the future. This is because one of the upsides of game streaming is that it takes away barriers to entry, where gamers who don’t have the money to get a new gaming rig can still enjoy games in the best quality possible.

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 later this year.

The Elder Scrolls 6 Will Be Designed To Be Played For A Decade
With the success of the Elder Scrolls franchise, it’s not surprising that many are looking forward to playing the next installment of the game. However, the game will not be out for a while despite being confirmed by Bethesda, but the good news is that it looks like when it does come out, players can expect to play it for a long time.

There Is Now A Starbucks Cup Mod For Skyrim
Earlier this month, eagle-eyed fans of Game of Thrones spotted in an episode of the show that there was a Starbucks cup in a scene that somehow made it past the editors. It was kind of hilarious to see how Starbucks had somehow found its way into the world of Westeros, further playing on the perception of how Starbucks seems to be everywhere.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades Early Access Open To All
Last month, Bethesda announced that they would be opening up The Elder Scrolls: Blades to more gamers as part of its early access. In case you weren’t part of the initial wave of players who managed to nab themselves early access to the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that early access has since opened up to all players.