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Doom Nintendo Switch release date announced

Doom Nintendo Switch release date announced

The Nintendo Switch has a big fall season ahead of it, and that all kicks off later this week with the release of Fire Emblem Warriors. Among the list of games releasing before the year is out are Super Mario Odyssey and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, but today we can also Doom to that list. Bethesda revealed when Doom will release earlier today, and in a happy turn of events, it'll be here in just a few weeks.

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Skyrim’s Survival Mode is no longer free after today

Skyrim’s Survival Mode is no longer free after today

Just a quick heads up for those of you who own a copy of Skyrim Special Edition: the hardcore Survival Mode Bethesda has crafted as an exclusive offering for its new Creation Club service will no longer be free after today. Once the sun sets on October 10, the module will cost 500 credits, which translates to about five American dollars.

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Buying an HTC Vive will give you a free Fallout 4 VR copy

Buying an HTC Vive will give you a free Fallout 4 VR copy

Virtual reality has always been associated with gaming more than anything else and yet, truth be told, most of the games available on any of the existing VR platforms could, perhaps, be described as the casual kind. That, however, could change in two months and gamers from both PC and VR worlds might find it harder to take off their headsets. That's when Fallout 4 VR will land, but you can already "pre-order" it now when you buy a new HTC VIVE with this HTC VIVE Fallout 4 VR bundle.

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Skyrim’s new survival mode DLC might make you angry

Skyrim’s new survival mode DLC might make you angry

Creation Club - the vehicle Bethesda will use to deliver new, paid content to games like Skyrim and Fallout 4 - has entered beta on PC, and to go along with this roll out, Bethesda has announced a new survival mode for Skyrim. Skyrim's survival mode will be distributed exclusively through Creation Club on consoles and PC, and it will ramp up the the game's difficultly in a very significant way.

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Doom on Nintendo Switch is retro-revival done right

Doom on Nintendo Switch is retro-revival done right

When Nintendo revealed that last year's Doom revival will be coming to the Switch, it took a lot of people by surprise. Doom was one of the biggest games released last year, and it offered a level of graphics fidelity that a lot of people thought wouldn't be possible on the Switch. Bethesda has given a number of publications an early look at the game, and those who doubt the company's ability to actually bring this game to the Switch might be surprised by what a lot of them are saying.

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Doom and Wolfenstein are coming to Nintendo Switch

Doom and Wolfenstein are coming to Nintendo Switch

Bethesda surprised everyone when it revealed that Skyrim was destined for the Nintendo Switch all those months ago, but now the company is really throwing its support behind Nintendo's new console. Bethesda and Nintendo have revealed that Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be coming to the Switch, giving owners some more recent Bethesda titles to play.

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Skyrim for Switch release set for holidays 2017

Skyrim for Switch release set for holidays 2017

It seems kind of strange that Skyrim is one of the year's biggest Nintendo Switch releases. After all, the game will be turning an astonishing six years old in November, and if there's a platform that can support it, Bethesda has ported Skyrim to it. Still, Switch owners seem excited by the prospect of Skyrim on the go, turning this particular port into a highly anticipated release.

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Skyrim: Special Edition is free to play on Xbox One and PC this weekend

Skyrim: Special Edition is free to play on Xbox One and PC this weekend

If you're one of the six people left on Earth who haven't played Skyrim yet, then Microsoft, Valve, and Bethesda have some very exciting news for you. Skyrim: Special Edition will be free to play this weekend on Xbox One and Steam, giving you the chance to dive into the cold, harsh lands of Skyrim at no initial cost. This free weekend is already underway, so you can download the game now and start playing right away.

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Skyrim, Doom, and Fallout 4 VR release dates announced

Skyrim, Doom, and Fallout 4 VR release dates announced

QuakeCon 2017 kicks off tomorrow, but even before the show gets underway, Bethesda is already making big announcements. The company has chosen to kick off its QuakeCon festivities by announcing the release dates for the VR versions of Fallout 4, Doom, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. They'll all be out this year, too, so if you've got a VR headset, you'll have three excellent titles to play by the time Christmas rolls around.

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Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition release date announced

Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition release date announced

These days, we can pretty much expect every Bethesda game to eventually get a Game of the Year Edition. Fallout 4 is no different, we've learned today, as it will be getting a Game of the Year release of its own next month. If you've been patient when it comes to diving into Fallout 4, then this is your reward.

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DOOM ‘Ultimate’ 6.66 update unlocks all the DLCs, brings major revisions

DOOM ‘Ultimate’ 6.66 update unlocks all the DLCs, brings major revisions

The cleverly named update 6.66 'Ultimate' update for Bethesda's DOOM video game has arrived, and with it comes an unlocking of all the DLCs. The game, which is now more than a year old, pits players against the forces of hell in what has largely been a well-received version of the classic game. According to Bethesda, new people and early players are still enjoying this title, and now everyone is getting a chance to try the game via free weekends.

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E3 2017: All major announcements from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and more

E3 2017: All major announcements from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and more

E3 2017 officially kicks off today, but from here on out, big announcements will likely be few and far between. Like every E3 in recent years, major game companies have opted to host press conferences before the event begins, which is where they make all of their big announcements. There were six big press conferences of note this year - Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, and Bethesda - and what follows are the biggest announcements from each of them.

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