The wait is nearly over. Bethesda has released the launch trailer for Rage 2. Rage 2 will be released in a mere five days, and it looks to be an early game-of-the-year contender. While the original game reviewed well (79 metacritic rating) and did feature enticing fps sequences and was supposed
Bethesda has officially revealed the sequel to Doom 2016 entitled Doom Eternal. Unfortunately, not much else was shown off outside of the teaser trailer. However, more info is promised at this year’s QuakeCon in Dallas.
Bethesda has just announced their latest entry into the Fallout series Fallout 76. Fallout 76 focuses on vault 76 and will be shown at E3 next week. Rumor has it that this title may be a online game of some sort, no word yet on exactly what that implies. Check
It’s official RAGE is getting a sequel after rumbling from various gaming communities about Walmart leaking the title in their inventory. Well Bethesda has decided to just let it out, RAGE 2 is being developed by both Bethesda and Avalache Studios (the creators of the recent Mad Max) which makes a perfect pair as
Bethesda has announced the release date for Wolfenstein II on June 29th for the Nintendo Switch. Developed by Panic Button who will be bringing Wolfenstein II on the Switch exactly how it was meant to be and now you can take it on the go. The Nintendo Switch version of
Bethesda, known for their sprawling single player titles, released a pretty strange video featuring Lynda Carter discussing how Bethesda aims to save single-player gamers. The video, which you can see below, is a bit cringe-worthy, but that doesn’t hide the fact that they are right. Although, I don’t feel that
Evil is back in this trailer for the sequel of Shinji Mikami hit The Evil Within. The Evil Within 2 focuses on the relationship of Sebastian and his daughter Lily. While Sebastian searches for his daughter in the Stem World, his own insecurities get the best of him. Check out
Bethesda opened up their conference with two VR titles; Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR. Few details have been released, but those are some interesting titles to toss some VR onto. It will be interesting to see how they implement it, and how (if) they are able to keep performance
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Check out this new Dishonored 2 trailer detailing Karnaca in this stylish pop-up book. Dishonored 2 will be available November 11th on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.
Bethesda has one more exciting feature to the already jam packed Dishonored 2. Peter Hines Vice president of Bethesda shared this information over at Youtube post E3 Show. Flesh and Steel Mode is the name of the new game type which will force players into much more difficult gameplay situations
The first Dishonored was somewhat of a surprise hit, and this one looks to be great addition to the franchise. You have the ability to play as Emily or Corvo, both of which are fully voiced throughout the game. There are quite significant differences amongst one another. Corvo has further