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Fallout Worlds will let you customize private Fallout 76 servers

Fallout Worlds will let you customize private Fallout 76 servers

Fallout 76 has offered private servers through its Fallout 1st subscription for some time, but now it seems that those private servers are about to become much more customizable. Bethesda has announced Fallout Worlds, which can probably best be described as a new collection of settings that allow players to take the reins on their private servers.

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Bethesda PS5 exclusive Ghostwire: Tokyo hit with delay

Bethesda PS5 exclusive Ghostwire: Tokyo hit with delay

If you've been looking forward to Tango Gameworks' upcoming game Ghostwire: Tokyo, then we've got some sour news for you: Tango and Bethesda have decided to delay the game. Previously slated to release sometime in fall 2021, we learned today that Ghostwire: Tokyo will now miss that original release date by several months, as the game has been pushed back to early 2022.

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DOOM Eternal Invasion mode axed, but it’s not all bad news

DOOM Eternal Invasion mode axed, but it’s not all bad news

DOOM Eternal launched a little more than a year ago, and you'd think that after delivering the base game along with two expansions, the folks at id Software would be ready to close the book on DOOM Eternal's development. You would be wrong, though, as today, id Software delivered a new update on that front. While there are things to look forward to, unfortunately, id's announcement wasn't all good news.

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It sounds like The Elder Scrolls VI is still a very long way off

It sounds like The Elder Scrolls VI is still a very long way off

With the announcement of Starfield's release date at E3 2021, there's no doubt some Bethesda fans out there who are now hoping that we'll start to hear more about The Elder Scrolls VI. The highly-anticipated Elder Scrolls entry was first revealed back in 2018, and ever since then, we haven't received any new details about the game itself. Bethesda, however, has said in the past that The Elder Scrolls VI will be coming after Starfield, so now that Starfield is on the horizon, maybe some new information about The The Elder Scrolls VI is on the way as well?

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DOOM Eternal PS5 and Xbox Series X versions now live with this new content

DOOM Eternal PS5 and Xbox Series X versions now live with this new content

Today is a big day for DOOM Eternal fans because the game is getting its big next-gen upgrade today. The upgrade is going live on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, bringing graphics upgrades in the form of new fidelity modes. On top of that, we're also seeing ray tracing coming to the PC version, along with an update that's bringing new content to the game on all platforms.

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The biggest (and strangest) moments of E3 2021

The biggest (and strangest) moments of E3 2021

E3 2021 has wrapped, and it's safe to say that it was a fairly up and down show. The event was home to some major announcements presented side-by-side with segments that felt like they didn't really fit the typical E3 schedule. Despite the awkwardness that comes with transitioning a show that normally takes place in-person to an entirely online one, we still got some of the big announcements that E3 is known for.

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Bethesda’s Starfield takes shape and Star Wars fans should pay attention

Bethesda’s Starfield takes shape and Star Wars fans should pay attention

Following years of build-up and mere acknowledgment, yesterday we finally saw the first media associated with Bethesda's upcoming game Starfield. While we only got to glimpse a teaser trailer for the game, it did tell us when Starfield will release. Now, in a new interview, Bethesda is shedding a little more light on what Starfield will be when it arrives next year.

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Xbox Game Pass is E3 2021’s biggest winner

Xbox Game Pass is E3 2021’s biggest winner

Xbox Game Pass is getting a huge influx of titles, with Microsoft and Bethesda spilling details on over 20 new "day one" games headed to the subscription service. The announcements were made in a jam-packed 90 minute E3 2021 stream today, as Microsoft demonstrated just how instrumental its studio acquisition strategy has been to the success of consoles like Xbox Series X.

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Prey and Dishonored studio reveals Redfall for Xbox Series X

Prey and Dishonored studio reveals Redfall for Xbox Series X

While Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite were likely the main draws of today's Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase at E3, Microsoft finished off the day by revealing something entirely new. The final announcement for the day - if we aren't counting surprise mini fridge appearances - was the reveal of Redfall, a new first-person shooter from the studio behind Prey and Dishonored: Arkane Austin.

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Here’s the first trailer for Bethesda’s Starfield Xbox exclusive

Here’s the first trailer for Bethesda’s Starfield Xbox exclusive

Most of us probably assumed that this was going to be a big E3 for Microsoft, and while the show is just getting underway, the company opened its reveal event with a bang. Rather than Xbox boss Phil Spencer opening the event, we were instead greeted by Bethesda director Todd Howard, who showed off the very first trailer for Starfield. This reveal has been a long time coming, but unfortunately, we didn't get to see a whole lot of the game in it.

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Fallout 76 is losing its Nuclear Winter battle royale mode

Fallout 76 is losing its Nuclear Winter battle royale mode

If you're a fan of Fallout 76's battle royale mode, Nuclear Winter, then we've got some bad news for you: Bethesda has announced that it will be sunsetting the mode later this year. While Nuclear Winter will be going away, it isn't all bad news for those who enjoy PvP, as Bethesda says that it's working on new ways to play the game that will be revealed at a later date. In addition, those who played Nuclear Winter will be getting some compensation for its removal in the form of Perk Coins.

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QuakeCon 2021 dates revealed as event goes all digital once more

QuakeCon 2021 dates revealed as event goes all digital once more

The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed a lot of in-person events over the past year and a half, and even though the vaccine roll out might signify a light at the end of the tunnel for many, there are a number of events that will continue take place entirely online throughout the rest of the year. Today, we learned that QuakeCon 2021 is one of those events, as Bethesda has revealed that it will once again be an all-digital affair later this summer.

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