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Latest DOOM Eternal trailer prepares us for the battle to save Earth

Latest DOOM Eternal trailer prepares us for the battle to save Earth

Barring some kind of surprise announcement at E3 2020 or something like that, DOOM Eternal could very well wind up being Bethesda's biggest game of the year. Currently, DOOM Eternal is slated for launch on March 20th, 2020, and today Bethesda is trying to build up some pre-release hype for the game by releasing a new trailer. If you're a fan of demon slaying, then you'll probably want to check it out.

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DOOM and DOOM II update brings 60fps and add-on support

DOOM and DOOM II update brings 60fps and add-on support

The DOOM and DOOM II games re-released for mobile devices last summer have been updated with a number of new features and quality of life improvements, Bethesda has announced. Fans will appreciate the changes, including the addition of support for add-ons, as well as 60fps gameplay across all platforms on which the re-released versions are available. Players can also now quickly save and load games and more.

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Bethesda halts The Elder Scrolls: Legends development

Bethesda halts The Elder Scrolls: Legends development

Fans of The Elder Scrolls: Legends got some disappointing news over the weekend, as Bethesda has ended development on the game. It'll still be playable for the foreseeable future, but the content roadmap Bethesda had in place has effectively been cancelled with this announcement. It sounds like Bethesda doesn't have any plans to revisit that roadmap at some point down the road, so don't expect any new content for the game from here on out.

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How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

Almost a year out from launch, the odyssey of Fallout 76 keeps getting stranger. Today, Bethesda announced that it's implementing a new monthly subscription service for Fallout 76 called Fallout 1st. Subscriptions in a pay-to-play title generally aren't a great idea to start with, but given all of the blowback Fallout 76 has received over the past year, this was a particularly harebrained move on the part of Bethesda.

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Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Last week, Bethesda announced the delay of Fallout 76's Wastelanders update, which will add NPCs to the game. That update won't be launching until sometime in Q1 2020, but there was some encouraging news to go along with that delay, as Bethesda also revealed that it had finished working on private servers and would soon send the feature live. Today is the big day in that regard, with the company revealing a new subscription service called Fallout 1st.

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Fallout 76 Wastelanders NPC update hit with delay, but there’s a silver lining

Fallout 76 Wastelanders NPC update hit with delay, but there’s a silver lining

At launch, one of the main complaints about Fallout 76 was that its world didn't feel very lively. This was down to the lack of NPCs in the game, despite their presence in every other Fallout game before it. At E3 earlier this year, Bethesda announced that it would be fixing the problem of Fallout 76's empty world by adding NPCs to the game.

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DOOM Eternal delayed but there’s still some good news

DOOM Eternal delayed but there’s still some good news

In 2016, id Software and Bethesda decided to reboot the DOOM franchise, and the resulting game quickly became one of the more popular first-person shooters around. Given that success, it was no surprise to see Bethesda announce a sequel called DOOM Eternal at E3 2018. Unfortunately, DOOM Eternal won't be arriving on its originally scheduled release date, as Bethesda announced today that the game has been delayed.

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Fallout Legacy Collection confirmed, but it’ll be hard to get

Fallout Legacy Collection confirmed, but it’ll be hard to get

Following a premature Amazon listing that indicated as much, Bethesda has officially announced plans to launch Fallout Legacy Collection, a bundle featuring six Fallout titles for PC. The collection will be available to order in time for the holidays, according to the company, but many fans will struggle to get their own set due to the product's limited release.

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Doom and Doom 2 mobile login requirement finally removed

Doom and Doom 2 mobile login requirement finally removed

In late July, Bethesda announced the release of classic games Doom and Doom 2 on mobile, bringing the beloved nostalgic hits to ordinary phones and tablets. The launch, though exciting, was heavily criticized due to Bethesda's frustrating login requirement -- users were forced to sign into a Bethesda.net account or else they wouldn't be able to play.

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Bethesda will make logins optional on re-released DOOM classics

Bethesda will make logins optional on re-released DOOM classics

During QuakeCon 2019 this week, Bethesda announced that the classic DOOM, DOOM 2, and DOOM 3 games were being re-released on consoles and mobile devices, making it easier than ever to play the old school shooters. Players took to the Internet with a complaint soon after, however: the games force users to sign into their BethesdaNet accounts before they can play.

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DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

Classic first-person shooter DOOM and its sequel DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS. The announcement was made today by Bethesda at QuakeCon 2019, during which time the company also announced that DOOM, DOOM 2 and DOOM 3 are coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Though they're not free, the games are cheap at less than ten bucks each.

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How Ikumi Nakamura captured the internet’s heart at E3 2019

How Ikumi Nakamura captured the internet’s heart at E3 2019

She came to E3 2019 with GhostWire Tokyo. She left with the audience's hearts and the world's giggles. She is Ikumi Nakamura, Creative Director at Tango Gameworks, with Bethesda, and she was quite easily the most enjoyable presenter at E3 2019. She was so genuine in her presentation and attitude that she inspired a viral wave of fan art - take a look!

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