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Everything is an alien in this new Prey gameplay trailer

Everything is an alien in this new Prey gameplay trailer

Today we're getting our first extended look at next year's Prey reboot, thanks to a new trailer from Bethesda and Arkane. In the video, Prey creative director Raphael Colantonio and lead designer Ricardo Bare walk us through the opening stages of the game. They show off some of the weapons and powers we'll be able to use, along with a few of the aliens that will hunt us throughout the adventure.

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Fallout Shelter 1.9 update celebrates Thanksgiving in the wasteland

Fallout Shelter 1.9 update celebrates Thanksgiving in the wasteland

If you've ever wondered if the vault dwellers in Fallout Shelter continue to celebrate holidays like Thanksgiving underground, wonder no longer. Bethesda delivered the answer to that question today, announcing Fallout Shelter's new 1.9 update. In short: Yes, vault dwellers celebrate Thanksgiving, and they seem to do it in style.

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Have a look at Dishonored 2’s brutal launch trailer

Have a look at Dishonored 2’s brutal launch trailer

We're just a couple of days out from the release of Dishonored 2, and right on cue, Bethesda has released the launch trailer for the game. The trailer sets the stage for the game, which takes place 15 years after the original Dishonored. In Dishonored 2, you'll play as either the assassin Corvo Attano or Emily Kaldwin as Emily attempts to reclaim her throne, which was taken from her by Delilah, the main antagonist of the game.

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Skyrim: Special Edition plagued with audio issues, Bethesda says fix incoming

Skyrim: Special Edition plagued with audio issues, Bethesda says fix incoming

Skyrim: Special Edition was released earlier this week, and as a remaster of one of the best entries in The Elder Scrolls series of RPGs, its impressive visuals are major overhaul from the original 2011 release. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for the game's audio. Those playing on PC and Xbox One have noticed a significant downgrade in sound quality, due to the use of compressed audio files.

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You can still get Skyrim Special Edition for free, but not for long

You can still get Skyrim Special Edition for free, but not for long

Those looking to take advantage of Bethesda's free Skyrim Special Edition offer on PC still have a window of opportunity to do so, but it's running out. If you've fallen victim to that demon called "procrastination," you might be pleased to know that the free Skyrim Special Edition promotion isn't over yet, despite the fact that the game launched around the world today.

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DOOM Arcade Mode has arrived: three things to know

DOOM Arcade Mode has arrived: three things to know

The Arcade Mode Bethesda promised for DOOM has arrived, and you can download it now if you haven't already. There's a lot to like about this DLC, and it helps flesh what was otherwise a good but not perfect rendition of the classic title. For those unaware, this is Free Update 4 — it also brings a pair of new multiplayer modes, “Possession” and “Bloodrush.” The previous update (#3) brought private matches and deathmatches.

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Skyrim Special Edition trailer released with digital launch info

Skyrim Special Edition trailer released with digital launch info

Skyrim Special Edition is just a week away from release, and Bethesda has unleashed a new trailer that shows off some more footage from this enhanced edition. Bethesda's timing is impeccable - with today's releases of Battlefield 1 and Civilization VI, some folks likely forgot that Skyrim Special Edition is nearly upon us. If you're one of those people, consider this your not-so-subtle reminder.

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Bethesda won’t confirm Skyrim for Nintendo Switch

Bethesda won’t confirm Skyrim for Nintendo Switch

When the Nintendo Switch was announced yesterday, Bethesda's famous RPG Skyrim was right there along with it. Skyrim wasn't hard to miss in the reveal trailer for the Switch, as it featured rather prominently. There's just one small problem with that: It turns out that Bethesda is hesitant to actually confirm Skyrim for Nintendo's latest console.

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Nintendo Switch games revealed: release titles you’ll need

Nintendo Switch games revealed: release titles you’ll need

Now that the Switch reveal is in the books, it's time to talk about the most important thing: release titles. While it's impossible to know which Switch titles will be available right launch and which will be releasing within the critical first six months of the console's lifespan, we already have a decent idea of what to expect. That's thanks to a number of pre-reveal leaks and Nintendo's own footage from the Switch reveal trailer.

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Skyrim Special Edition PC requirements revealed

Skyrim Special Edition PC requirements revealed

We're just a couple of weeks out from the release of Bethesda's Skyrim Special Edition, and like clockwork, the company has released a list of minimum and recommended PC requirements. Obviously, since this version is getting something of a graphics overhaul, it'll require a fair amount more power than its predecessor, despite the fact that the original version of Skyrim was at least somewhat friendly to those playing with lower-end hardware.

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PlayStation 4 getting mod support for Skyrim and Fallout 4 after all

PlayStation 4 getting mod support for Skyrim and Fallout 4 after all

Last month, Bethesda announced that mod support for Fallout 4 and Skyrim wouldn't be coming to PS4. The company didn't delve into too many specifics about why this was, though it did say that Sony wouldn't "approve user mods the way they should work: where users can do anything they want for either Fallout 4 or Skyrim Special Edition." It would appear that Sony has changed its mind on the matter, with Bethesda announcing that mods for Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition with come to PS4 after all.

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No Fallout 4 or Skyrim mods on PS4, Bethesda confirms

No Fallout 4 or Skyrim mods on PS4, Bethesda confirms

After players have been waiting for months now, developer Bethesda has revealed that its games on PlayStation 4 — specifically Fallout 4 and the upcoming Skyrim remaster — will not support the anticipated mods feature. Now, this isn't a case of Bethesda being jerks and having lied to us all this time, or even one of them not being able to get the feature to work on PS4. Instead, it seems that Sony has ruled that it will not approve user mods in a way that Bethesda feels they "should work."

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