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Fallout 76 Update 20 is here and it’s kicking off The Legendary Run

Fallout 76 Update 20 is here and it’s kicking off The Legendary Run

Back in May, Bethesda revealed that Seasons were coming to Fallout 76. Seasons, on the surface, look a lot like the battle passes we see in many free-to-play games, as they allow players to earn experience, rank up, and unlock cosmetic items for their accounts. The main difference, however, is that Fallout 76 Seasons are free to all players, and won't require any payment up front (though players can still pay Atoms to progress through a given Season's tiers if they want).

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DOOM Eternal players finally get a new Battle Mode multiplayer map

DOOM Eternal players finally get a new Battle Mode multiplayer map

The next major DOOM Eternal update has rolled out and with it, players are finally getting a new Battle Mode map. Update 2 is massive, including quality of life improvements for Battle Mode, as well as the addition of more frequent Empowered Demons, important bug fixes, and much more. The company has also detailed some upcoming game events, including the Castle Grayscale mini-event.

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Now we know how much Fallout 76 Seasons will cost

Now we know how much Fallout 76 Seasons will cost

Last week, Bethesda revealed the 2020 roadmap for Fallout 76. In that reveal, much ado was made about Seasons, which are landing in Fallout 76 with the game's summer update. Fallout 76's seasons feature progression that closely resembles that of battle passes we see in many free-to-play games, leading to some confusion over whether or not these will be paid season passes or free for everyone to participate in.

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DOOM Eternal’s latest update has some PC players furious

DOOM Eternal’s latest update has some PC players furious

Bethesda and id Software have pushed update 1 out to DOOM Eternal, adding new features like empowered demons, echelon leveling, and a new Precious Metals event. In fact, between these new features, a slew of balance changes, and a bunch of fixes, this update adds a lot. Unfortunately, there are many players who are upset by one of the features the update is adding on PC: Denuvo Anti-Cheat.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades gets a surprise release on Nintendo Switch

The Elder Scrolls: Blades gets a surprise release on Nintendo Switch

We may still have a long way to go before Bethesda starts dishing details about The Elder Scrolls VI, but if you've got an itch for some Elder Scrolls and Skyrim isn't scratching it anymore, you might want to check out The Elder Scrolls: Blades, which is landing on Nintendo Switch today. The Switch release comes just a couple of days after the full version launched on iOS and Android.

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Fallout 76 2020 roadmap reveals Seasons are just the start

Fallout 76 2020 roadmap reveals Seasons are just the start

With the Wasterlanders update and Fallout 76 now on Steam, Bethesda has announced the game's roadmap for 2020. The big change coming is the introduction of Fallout 76 Seasons, which seem like a take on the season passes we see in many free-to-play (and some pay-to-play) games. The first season will kick off with the introduction of Update 20, and it will give people a chance to unlock in-game rewards for completing daily and weekly challenges.

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There’s bad news if you’re waiting on Elder Scrolls VI details

There’s bad news if you’re waiting on Elder Scrolls VI details

Back at E3 2018, Bethesda officially revealed The Elder Scrolls VI with a brief teaser trailer that told us nothing. Since then, we haven't heard anything from Bethesda about The Elder Scrolls VI, leading many of us to wonder if the first actual details about the game are coming up. Unfortunately, it looks like we're going to have to keep waiting.

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DOOM Eternal campaign DLC teased with two stunning screenshots

DOOM Eternal campaign DLC teased with two stunning screenshots

The newly released DOOM Eternal sequel to 2016's DOOM will soon receive a campaign DLC. Ahead of that release, Bethesda and iD have released two huge, high-resolution screenshots from the DLC that feature otherworldly destinations. The team calls this a sneak peek, one that doesn't come with much info but that does offer something fresh for your desktop background.

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Pets are Fallout 76’s next big feature

Pets are Fallout 76’s next big feature

Now that the big Wasterlanders update for Fallout 76 is in the books, players are naturally wondering what's next. As it turns out, Bethesda is planning to add pets to the game, giving you an animal companion to explore the wasteland with. That's just one of the additions that Bethesda is plotting, and it sounds like 2020 could wind up being a pretty big year for the beleaguered game.

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Fallout 76 Wastelanders Deluxe Edition launches today: Here’s what it includes

Fallout 76 Wastelanders Deluxe Edition launches today: Here’s what it includes

Today is a fairly big day for Fallout 76 fans. Not only has the long-anticipated Wastelanders update arrived, but the game has also coming to Steam on PC. The big Fallout 76 news doesn't stop there, though, as Bethesda has also launched a new collection called the Fallout 76 Wasterlanders Deluxe Edition.

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Bethesda shares Fallout 76 Wasterlanders global launch times

Bethesda shares Fallout 76 Wasterlanders global launch times

After some delays and a lot of build up on Bethesda's part, the company is finally ready to launch the Wastelanders update for Fallout 76. This update brings a lot of the player base's oft-requested features with it, primarily NPCs that should hopefully make the world feel a little more lively. Wasterlanders arrives tomorrow, and today, Bethesda shared a list of global launch times for the update.

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Fallout 76 Steam release will have a perk for existing players

Fallout 76 Steam release will have a perk for existing players

Fallout 76 launched about a year and a half ago, but when it did, it was exclusively available through Bethesda's own launcher. Slowly but surely, Bethesda has been trending in the same direction as other major publishers throughout the years, launching its games through a first-party launcher instead of letting stores run by third-parties take a cut of each sale. In regards to Fallout 76, that's all about to change, because the game is finally about to make its way to Steam.

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