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Fallout 76 leaked as an online survival RPG experiment

Fallout 76 leaked as an online survival RPG experiment

After Bethesda left viewers hanging for a ridiculously delayed livestream, we eventually got to the big secret: it has a Fallout 76 project in the pipeline. Very little is known about the game -- it was revealed in what amounts to a sliver of a teaser. However, sources have surfaced claiming the title is an online survival RPG akin to Rust.

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Fallout 76 revealed as Bethesda’s ridiculous livestream finally pays off

Fallout 76 revealed as Bethesda’s ridiculous livestream finally pays off

If you've visited Twitch at any point in the last 24 hours, you probably encountered a very strange livestream hosted by Bethesda. Yesterday morning, the company began streaming video of a Vault Boy bobblehead in front of a screen that featured Fallout's iconic "Please Stand By" alert, managing to keep thousands upon thousands of viewers watching throughout the day and night. Now, many hours later, that livestream has culminated with the reveal of a new game: Fallout 76.

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SlashGear’s E3 2018 Wishlist

SlashGear’s E3 2018 Wishlist

E3 2018 is nearly upon us. We’re just a couple weeks away from the big show, and the stage is already set for a lot of major publishers. Nintendo, Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and Sony have all announced that they’re hosting press conferences this year, and as always, we can expect to see more of games that have already been announced along with (hopefully) a few surprises. E3 is definitely a time for these companies to go big with their announcements, so knowing the sky is the limit, here’s what we’re hoping to see at the event.

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Have a look at Rage 2’s first gameplay trailer

Have a look at Rage 2’s first gameplay trailer

Yesterday, Bethesda delivered a bit of a surprise by officially announcing Rage 2. It's been a long time since we last heard from the Rage series, but unfortunately, we didn't get to see any actual gameplay in yesterday's announcement trailer. As promised, that all changes today, with Bethesda delivering Rage 2's first gameplay trailer just a few minutes ago.

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Bethesda’s Rage 2 revealed with a ridiculous (and colorful) trailer

Bethesda’s Rage 2 revealed with a ridiculous (and colorful) trailer

Thanks to leaks that surfaced last week, we had a feeling that Rage 2 might be in development, and today Bethesda confirmed it. Rage 2 was announced today with a one-minute long teaser trailer that's very loud and in-your-face, so prepare your senses. Unfortunately, it doesn't show off any in-game footage, so you might want to temper your expectations going in.

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Switch release date revealed

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Switch release date revealed

It's been quite a few months since we first discovered that Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will make the jump to the Nintendo Switch, and today, Bethesda finally revealed when it will release. We're also getting our first look at how the Switch version of Wolfenstein II performs, so if you've been waiting for this port, you'll definitely want to have a look at that.

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Skyrim VR is coming to Steam next month

Skyrim VR is coming to Steam next month

While most Elder Scrolls fans are probably wondering when Bethesda will finally reveal The Elder Scrolls VI, it turns out the company isn't quite finished with its long line of Skyrim ports. This new port, however, is worth getting excited about, as Bethesda has revealed that it's bringing Skyrim VR to Steam. The launch happens next month, too, so the Steam version of Skyrim VR is just a couple short weeks away.

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Bethesda E3 2018 showcase announced: Here’s what it could reveal

Bethesda E3 2018 showcase announced: Here’s what it could reveal

For the past few years, Bethesda has joined the likes of Microsoft, Sony, and Activision in hosting an E3 showcase to reveal what it has coming up in the year ahead. Bethesda confirmed today that it will be holding a showcase again during E3 2018, which will be its fourth event of this kind. Now that we know Bethesda will be back with another showcase this year, it's time to begin wondering just what it's going to reveal.

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The Evil Within 2’s spooky new first-person mode needs to be seen

The Evil Within 2’s spooky new first-person mode needs to be seen

Even though most people have probably moved on from last year's The Evil Within 2 by now, today Bethesda is giving you a new reason to dive back in for a second playthrough. Bethesda and developer Tango Gameworks today announced a new first-person mode for The Evil Within 2, giving you an entirely new way to play through the survival horror title.

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Should you buy Skyrim on Nintendo Switch?

Should you buy Skyrim on Nintendo Switch?

One of the biggest Nintendo Switch surprises came in the form of a game that most people will be familiar with: Skyrim. From the very start, Nintendo has been advertising Skyrim on the Switch, and for good reason, as this is the first time we’ve seen Bethesda’s epic open-world Elder Scrolls series come to Nintendo consoles. As exciting as it may be, Skyrim has been available on various platforms for six years now, and many gamers have already seen what its frozen landscape has to offer. With that in mind, is Skyrim worth purchasing again just because it’s now available on the Switch?

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus gets a surprising promotion

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus gets a surprising promotion

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has certainly been well-received by the gaming community, but since it isn't even a month old yet, there are probably quite a few of you who haven't taken it for a spin. Bethesda is looking to get you hold outs hooked on the game by launching a free trial for it. This free trial is available from today, just in time for the long holiday weekend.

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Skyrim on Nintendo Switch supports video capture feature

Skyrim on Nintendo Switch supports video capture feature

As a console/handheld hybrid, the Nintendo Switch is definitely lacking in terms of hardware power when compared to the PS4 and Xbox One. However, that didn't stop Nintendo from giving the system the ability to record gameplay footage with a software update that was released last month. Unfortunately it seems support for the feature is on a game-by-game basis, as only Nintendo's first-party titles have taken advantage of it.

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