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Doom sees new multiplayer trailer, beta details released

Doom sees new multiplayer trailer, beta details released

The May 13th release date for the new Doom game from Id Software and Bethesda is rapidly approaching, and while we were treated to a new campaign trailer several weeks ago, now it's time for multiplayer details to spill. A new multiplayer trailer was released today with plenty of new gameplay footage, as well as the dates for an upcoming beta on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and how players can participate.

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Must-Have PC Games of 2016

Must-Have PC Games of 2016

While I tend to keep up with the latest console releases, I'm a PC gamer at heart. I like having a good computer with a nice screen that's going to play games with the graphics turned up as high as I can get them. I also like how easy it is to find games on the cheap, thanks to Steam sales, Humble Bundle specials, and countless others.

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Fallout Shelter gets crafting, parrots, and more

Fallout Shelter gets crafting, parrots, and more

Fallout Shelter was a pretty big surprise for everyone, when Bethesda released it into the wild last year. No one was more surprised at the reception, than Bethesda. Originally a fun side project, the game has gone on to be wildly popular, and encouraged the company to further explore the mobile market. Well this week the game will get its biggest update so far, which brings a host of new features.

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Here’s your Fallout 4 Survival Mode guide

Here’s your Fallout 4 Survival Mode guide

Kids these days have it so easy. Back in my day, we played games like Battletoads and Karate Kid, and spent countless hours just trying to get back to the spot where we kept dying. Now they've got quick saves, difficulty levels, and the internet to help guide you through any game you'd like. But Bethesda wants to make Fallout 4 hard enough to satisfy even the most masochistic of gamers.

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Bethesda outlines Fallout 4 Creation Kit release plans

Bethesda outlines Fallout 4 Creation Kit release plans

Fallout 4 was, and is, a great game. Sure, there are plenty of things to argue about, such as the never-ending missions that sent you off to rescue settlements. But overall, I enjoyed it a lot. I put it down a month or two ago, and have been letting it sit until Bethesda opens up mod support for the game. And now we finally have an idea of when that will be.

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Doom for Xbox One may come with the original two games

Doom for Xbox One may come with the original two games

It's been a while since we've had a new Doom title. Doom 3 made its way into the world back in 2004, making it just shy of a teenager now. Thankfully, we're not too far away from the release of the next title, which is simply named Doom. So how will you fill the void between now and the May release? Well, it seems that you might be able to spend your time playing the original two games.

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Fallout 4 named DICE Awards’ GOTY, Bethesda says 3 titles in progress

Fallout 4 named DICE Awards’ GOTY, Bethesda says 3 titles in progress

Developer Bethesda's mega-hit Fallout 4 was named as game of the year last night at the DICE Awards, which are widely recognized as equal to the Oscars of the gaming industry. The post-apocalyptic RPG was the recipient of several other honors that night, including being named role-playing game of the year and "outstanding achievement in game direction," while the accompanying mobile app, Fallout Shelter, was awarded with mobile game of the year.

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Six good reasons to get Fallout 4’s Season Pass before March

Six good reasons to get Fallout 4’s Season Pass before March

In case you missed it earlier, Bethesda has started outlining their DLC plans for Fallout 4. The base game has enough content to keep you busy for a good long while (you could probably play forever, if Preston had his way), but it's time to look at some new locations and get some fresh quests. Unfortunately, the announcement came with some bad news.

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Fallout 4 DLC details, release schedule announced

Fallout 4 DLC details, release schedule announced

Fallout 4 players who have spent the last few months completing quests and exploring the game's world to their heart's content are about to have another reason to dive back into the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Actually, several reasons. Developer Bethesda has announced three separate DLCs to see release over the spring months: Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, and Far Harbor. With a mix of new enemies, new locations, new abilities, and new stories, players will have plenty to keep them busy once again.

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Fallout 4 ramen is real, for some reason

Fallout 4 ramen is real, for some reason

Since Fallout 4 was announced, we've seen some pretty strange tie-in products. The first was Fallout Shelter, a very unexpected iOS game. It wasn't so much strange as it was simply surprising (and fun!). Then came things like an official Nuka Cola, which was a fun (if hard to find) product. However, the weirdest tie-in was the Fallout Beer. However, that title is about to be passed on, thanks to something that Bethesda has started sending out.

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New Doom release date finally confirmed

New Doom release date finally confirmed

Fans of game developer Id Software will soon finally be able to get their hands on the studio's newest masterpiece: the long-awaited reboot of historic FPS series Doom. Bethesda is publishing the title, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and they've just released a new campaign trailer to mark the news of a confirmed release date. Viewers can get a serious helping of gore and violence in the video below, while they'll be able to get their hands on Doom starting May 13th.

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Fallout 4 update 1.3 detailed, available for PCs now

Fallout 4 update 1.3 detailed, available for PCs now

Bethesda has announced Fallout 4 update 1.3 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The update brings with it several updates, some of which are enhancements designed specifically for the PC. The update is available now for PC gamers through Steam, while the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One updates will be available some time later on this week.

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