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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.

Bethesda To Start Replacing Nylon Bags For Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition
When Bethesda announced the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition, it was priced at a whopping $200, but given all the goodies it offered, it seemed like it could be worth it for fans. However gamers who bought the bundle were upset to discover that the canvas bag that was supposed to come with the bundle was replaced with a cheap nylon version.

Bethesda Found To Have Given Fallout 76 Canvas Bags To ‘Influencers’
It was previously reported that Bethesda had come under fire from gamers who bought the $200 version of Fallout 76, the “Power Armor Edition”. This was because in the advertising materials, it was clearly shown and stated that players would be getting a canvas carrying bag, but without informing gamers, Bethesda made the switch to a cheap nylon bag.

Fallout 76 Players Upset Over ‘Power Armor Edition’ Bag Switcheroo
Earlier this year Bethesda announced a special version of Fallout 76 called the Power Armor Edition. This basically contained a copy of the game, some other goodies, although the main draw is the bundled Power Armor Helmet along with a canvas carrying bag. Unfortunately gamers did not get what was promised.


The Elder Scrolls: Blades Has Been Delayed To 2019
Earlier this year, Bethesda announced at E3 2018 a new mobile game called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. The game was announced for both iOS and Android devices and was targeted for a release this fall. Unfortunately for gamers who might have been looking forward to the game, it seems that it has since been delayed to 2019.

Fallout 76 Server Crashes After Players Do A Synchronized Nuke Launch
A group of Fallout 76 players ended up crashing the game’s server when they conducted a synchronized triple nuke launch. That was apparently too much to take for the server which ended up buckling. Be warned, though, there are some spoilers ahead if you still haven’t picked up the title.

Fallout 76 Gets A Massive 47GB Patch On Consoles
The latest patch for Fallout 76 might force you to keep a close eye on your data cap It’s a whopping 47GB. Bethesda had said that this patch would be hefty and it certainly wasn’t kidding. The first major patch for this title is now rolling out and it brings a handful of improvements and fixes for Fallout 76.

This Fallout-Themed Smartwatch Could Appeal To Fans
Are you a fan of Bethesda’s Fallout franchise? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that a Fallout-themed smartwatch has been announced which will basically put a miniature Pip-Boy on your wrist. For the most part, this is a regular smartwatch but it has been themed around the Fallout franchise.

Elder Scrolls: Blades Now Available For Pre-Order
Earlier this year during E3 2018, Bethesda took the wraps off a new mobile game called Elder Scrolls: Blade. The good news is that if you liked what you saw and wouldn’t mind getting your hands on the game, it appears that it is now available for pre-order/pre-registration for both iOS and Android devices.

Bethesda’s Starfield & Elder Scrolls VI Will Not Use A New Engine
At E3 2018 earlier this year, Bethesda announced Starfield, a new game that they are working on, and also confirmed that the Elder Scrolls VI is in development. Now given that both these games will be new games from the company, you might expect that Bethesda would want to furnish them with brand new engines, but as it turns out they won’t.

Bethesda Already Has Content Planned For Fallout 76 Post-Launch
Fallout 76 is out this week and with the game focusing on online and multiplayer and without a single-player story campaign to follow, this means that a lot of the game’s success hinges on what Bethesda can offer to gamers post-launch. For those a bit worried about the game, especially since the Fallout franchise isn’t really known to be a multiplayer kind of game, you can rest assured as Bethesda […]

Final Fallout 76 Beta Session Schedule Released
If you have yet to check out the Fallout 76 beta, do keep in mind that the time is running out. Bethesda today released the schedule for the last two beta sessions of the upcoming title. Interested players only have two days left to get in on the multiplayer beta action before the program shuts down for good.

Bethesda Says Next Wolfenstein Title Will Come To The Switch As Well
We know that many gamers might have been disappointed when they found out that Fallout 76 will not be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Bethesda claims that it “wasn’t doable”, and while it is disappointing, let’s not forget that Bethesda has released quite a few titles for Nintendo’s platform such as Fallout Shelter, Skyrim, DOOM, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

Bethesda Reiterates That Fallout 76 Is Not Pay-To-Win
There are many gamers who are understandably opposed to the idea of microtransactions. The idea is that if you were to pay for a game, you should get access to the game in its entirety and not have certain content locked behind a paywall. Unfortunately for gamers, microtransactions is an extremely lucrative model so don’t expect to see it go away anytime soon.

Bethesda Says Fallout 76 ‘Wasn’t Doable’ On The Nintendo Switch
While the Nintendo Switch is definitely getting a lot more love compared to its predecessor, the Wii U, there are still some games that are launching on the PS4 and Xbox One but aren’t launching on the Switch. Bethesda’s Fallout 76 is one of those games, and given that the company seems to be a staunch supporter of the Switch, many are wondering what gives?

The Elder Scrolls VI Will Be A Long Time Coming
Following the love that fans showed Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the series in general, it wasn’t surprising that many gamers were clamoring for more. Bethesda had played it coy at the start by saying that they wouldn’t have anything to announce, but yet earlier this year at E3, they confirmed that the Elder Scrolls VI was in the works.

Elder Scrolls Online Was Considered For The Nintendo Switch
Launched in 2014, The Elder Scrolls Online is an MMORPG based on The Elder Scrolls series. The game has made its way onto the PC, Xbox One, and the PS4, and so some are rightfully wondering if it could eventually find its way onto the Nintendo Switch as well. The bad news is that it won’t.

Bethesda & Microsoft Come Down Hard On Gamer Who Broke Fallout 76 NDA
NDAs are serious things and breaking them can have serious consequences. This is because sometimes NDAs are put into place to prevent information from being leaked to a competitor who might then try to come out with a product before the company does. It can also sometimes paint the product in a bad way, especially if it is a prototype or beta that is being shown.

Obsidian ‘Very Doubtful’ They’ll Be Working On Future Fallout Titles
Fallout: New Vegas is one of the more loved titles in the Fallout franchise and was developed by the folks at Obsidian. However if you are hoping that Obsidian might return for a Fallout: New Vegas 2 or another Fallout title in general, it seems that you probably shouldn’t get your hopes up just yet.

Bethesda Shares More Info On Fallout 76’s Microtransactions
It is almost a guarantee that games these days feature microtransactions, which is a way for developers and publishers to keep making even after the initial purchase of the game is made. Bethesda’s upcoming Fallout 76 is no except and the game will feature microtransactions, but for those worried it being a pay-to-win kind of situation, Bethesda is reassuring that isn’t the case.