The artwork for the DOOM Eternal Collector's Edition SteelBook case gets a closer look by Bethesda, and looks as brilliant as the game itself.
Prey is framed as a test of empathy not only for the player character but for the player themselves. Technology and fiction as a teacher of empathy though, can only go so far.
From Wolfenstein, to DOOM, to The Elder Scrolls, and a couple brand new surprises, Bethesda had something for everyone at E3 2019.
First, it was Game of Thrones meets Starbucks, and now it's Starbucks meets Skyrim. Check out these creative mods by a couple of Reddit users.
Rage 2 claims the top position in the UK charts but doesn't quite meet expectations to matching the original in sales
The Elder Scrolls Online Promotional D&D Campaign Gets Pulled By Bethesda After Claims of Plagiarism
While intended as a promo for the Elsweyr expansion, an Elder Scrolls Online-themed D&D campaign drew several comparisons to a 2016 campaign.
"We actually really wanted to separate Rage 2 from Rage, both in the gameplay style and in the story."
Bethesda is cooking up a brand new social media giveaway. The prize -- a fully customized Sega Dreamcast that runs Rage 2.
Fallout 76 courts "utility" microtransactions with new Repair Kits, that strays from their original promise of keeping the Atomic Shop cosmetic only .
While 2019 might be the year of the colorful post-apocalyptic shooter, RAGE 2 looks like it will offer players a thrilling world to explore.
The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield will not be at Bethesda's E3 2019 showcase, confirms company Director Todd Howard during the anniversary stream.
While details on the game still remain vague, a new teaser from Bethesda hints that we might hear more soon on Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
Newly-surfaced Amazon placeholders may be hinting at upcoming Bethesda announcements, with an current-gen PC, PS4, and Xbox One game.
Bethesda has let loose a new sequence of gameplay for Rage 2 which shows off tons of weapons, abilities, and vehicles.
Fallout 76 gets another odd bundle at German retailers, as employees explain the difficulty of forcing free games on unsuspecting customers.
A second copy of Fallout 76 is getting packed in with some Xbox One X bundles, as German stores continue to liquidate stock.
GameStop in Germany obviously can't wait to get rid of their stock of Fallout 76 copies quick enough where they've taken to giving them away for free when customers buy a used PS4 controller