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Bethesda Orion game streaming tech promises to reduce latency, bandwidth

Bethesda Orion game streaming tech promises to reduce latency, bandwidth

Game streaming is once again the center of focus of industry news these days, especially with Google formally getting into the game. But despite all the delectable promises, the idea of game streaming still leaves some questions unanswered, both technical and practical. At its E3 presentation, Bethesda presented the answer to all those questions in the form of Orion, a collection of software tech to optimize game engines for superior performance while streaming.

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DOOM Eternal release date announced, Battlemode multiplayer teased

DOOM Eternal release date announced, Battlemode multiplayer teased

With no appearances from either The Elder Scrolls 6 or Starfield at Bethesda's E3 presser this year, that left DOOM Eternal as the headliner of the show. As expected, Bethesda spent plenty of time showing off more gameplay footage from DOOM Eternal, talking about both the single-player campaign and multiplayer. Bethesda also announced a release date for DOOM Eternal, and while we've got a while longer to wait, the good news is that it'll be here before the end of the year.

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Fallout 76’s paid Repair Kits are causing some controversy

Fallout 76’s paid Repair Kits are causing some controversy

Fallout 76 has already had its share of stumbles in its relatively short life, and now it seems to be making one more. Bethesda has announced that it'll be adding Repair Kits to the in-game shop, and while that may seem innocuous enough at first blush, some players are worried that they'll give those willing to spend an unfair advantage in PvP combat.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades released to early access on iOS and Android

The Elder Scrolls: Blades released to early access on iOS and Android

In case you missed the news, The Elder Scrolls series turned 25 years old this week. To celebrate this milestone, Bethesda has done a number of different things, from giving Morrowind away for free on PC to announcing new updates for The Elder Scrolls Legends and Elder Scrolls Online. The company has also decided to send The Elder Scrolls: Blades into early access, which is definitely a surprise.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood release date set, Buddy Pass detailed

Wolfenstein: Youngblood release date set, Buddy Pass detailed

Back at E3 2018, Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the fourth entry in MachineGames' run with the series. Today, we're learning when the game will be here, and Bethesda is giving us a look at gameplay by way of a new trailer. The next Wolfenstein game will be dropping in the middle of summer, which means we don't have too much longer to wait.

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Bethesda says DOOM Eternal and other games will arrive on Steam

Bethesda says DOOM Eternal and other games will arrive on Steam

If you're a fan of both Bethesda titles and Steam, the company has good news for you: DOOM Eternal and a number of other games will be available on the latter company's game store. This will give PC players an alternative to the Bethesda Store, where the company had exclusively launched its Fallout 76 title.

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Morrowind is free for one day only as The Elder Scrolls turns 25

Morrowind is free for one day only as The Elder Scrolls turns 25

On this day way back in 1994, The Elder Scrolls: Arena launched for MS-DOS. In the 25 years since then, The Elder Scrolls series has grown into one of the biggest RPG franchises around, and though we're currently heading toward the sixth entry in the series, Bethesda is celebrating this anniversary by handing out free copies of arguably the most beloved Elder Scrolls game: Morrowind.

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Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update begins rolling out today

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update begins rolling out today

Bethesda has officially kicked off the string of content updates it has lined up for Fallout 76 in 2019 with the release of Wild Appalachia. As far as Bethesda's 2019 road map is concerned, the content coming in Wild Appalachia will comprise Fallout 76's spring update, and it'll trickle out slowly over the next couple of months. It all begins with the addition of the Wasteland's favorite pastime: Brewing and distilling.

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Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update detailed as 2019 roadmap revealed

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update detailed as 2019 roadmap revealed

Fallout 76 got off to a pretty rocky start, but today, 100 days after the game released, Bethesda is looking to put that dark period behind it. Today the company delivered two roadmaps for Fallout 76: one that covers the game's upcoming Wild Appalachia update, and another that goes through the entirety of 2019 in more general terms. In all, it seems there are three big updates planned for Fallout 76 throughout the course of the year.

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Fallout 76 glitch drops players into unreleased Vault 63

Fallout 76 glitch drops players into unreleased Vault 63

At this point, glitches and Fallout 76 are something akin to peanut butter and jelly - a pairing so common that it's strange to think of one without the other. Those glitches reared their head again over the weekend, but this time around, they gave us a look inside an area that has so far been closed off to players: Vault 63. A group of players got stuck in the unfinished vault over the weekend while trying to do a completely unrelated quest, and they were able to give us a look inside.

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Fallout 76 weapons duping is triggering vigilante justice

Fallout 76 weapons duping is triggering vigilante justice

Though it seems the controversy surrounding Fallout 76 has calmed a little bit, there's still plenty that players are getting frustrated about. Item duping is on the minds of a lot of players at the moment, as it's currently ruining the in-game economy and sucking the fun out of PvP. Though Bethesda has been attempting to patch these item duping methods as they crop up, new workarounds are discovered and used by those who want to skirt Fallout 76's random drop system and acquire the most powerful gear in the game.

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This Fallout 76 developer room secret is getting players banned

This Fallout 76 developer room secret is getting players banned

Some days it seems like there are more ways to get banned from Fallout 76 than to actually play it, but this latest one is a real treat. Players of Bethesda's still-controversial online RPG have discovered a secret developer room, containing - among other things - just about every item you'd hope to find in the game itself.

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